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... before her claws even latched on. She didn't smell at all (which most koalas do) I had to hold her bum and place a hand on her back and let her 2inch claws dig in to my arms. I didn't even care about the claws because she was so fluffy and squidgy. Their fur was surprisingly very wiry and dense. I loved every minute of it. (I still love my koala bear at home more but it was great to meet the real thing) The next day, we hopped ...
... pine as far as the eye could see, it was a lovely sight at first but we got bored with it quickly. Once we were on the Sunshine Coast I asked Adam to drive up to Noosa Heads for a look, I'm glad he did because I would of regretted it if we didn't & as I told him on the way out I will never ask him to take me there again it's touristy but like Port Douglas on steroids, we didn't enjoy it. The coast road was disappointing with not much coast to be seen past the trees, we stopped ...
... was super! At 11:30 we started to pack up, so I headed down to the beach to start collecting the timing equipment. After lugging the stuff to the top of the beach and giving it a good sweep we carried it to the parked van which wasn't far away. It was 12 by now and the end of my day, Greg told us where to meet tomorrow and I gave Daryl a call to come and get me! :) Daryl: I made it back to the house just after half 6 and ...
... on and I did alright. The beach in Noosa was super long and not too busy so that was good.
My cousin finally arrived after along few hours of transit time on trains and busses and we treated ourselves to a bottle of wine and the best indian food I've had. I had walked past the restaurant the day before and my mouth watered at the smell of curry and other lovely indian food smells and I had a definite craving that this restaurant met. We ...
... on the beach was great, the whole hostel of long termers were down there, and there were other groups of people on the beach, who all joined to form one massive group. People were playing guitars, chatting, and star gazing. Just how i imagined my Australian Christmas to be. Shame i had to go back abit early ready for work again on boxing day.
Boxing day itself we didn't really do anything. Just relaxed abit, and i skyped. Weird to think it was another day ...