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Many of these towns were nice and green mountain villages with streams, creeks and rivers running through them - most had free camping areas but we thought they looked a bit too crowded. We turned off the main road and headed North through Maleny to have a look around then took the windy road down to Maroochydore stopping at a lookout just before descending from the hinterland to the coast. ...
... for an hour before grabbing some lunch at one of our favourite spots, Laguna Jacks! We had the bruschetta, Cajun chicken and beer battered chips all from the comfort of one of the beautiful balcony tables overlooking the busy street below. We had a walk around the shops for an hour or so afterwards eyeing up a few souvenirs from the Noosa Longboards surf shop before ...
... brought it up again, saying we had ****** up, telling us we couldn't leave until Sunday, no matter what was booked... I told her that my sister had surprised me by extending our stay in Fiji by a week (just a little white lie) and she was like well tell your sister you can't go! I wasn't going to let a few days planting strawberries stop me from going to Fiji for an extra week! In the end I got so angry with her I told her to keep my bond and treat herself, and told her ...
Happy Anniversary to me. Two years ago today I found the 'secret' of how to loose weight, and I am pleased to report I have kept it off!
For years I had battled with my weight, exercising for hours a day, keeping a food diary, being a vegetarian only seemed to exacerbate the situation. I went to four or five dieticians none could help sort out what I was doing wrong. Every year my ...
... out our bonds (in case anything happened) and got put into a group of 7 for our vehicle. We had three German girls - Sarah, Vicky and Karena, and 2 French Lads called Vincent and Thierry. We were also assigned the last car which wasn't bad other than it was an automatic. Doug drove first so we headed out on the tarmac road to the beach where the barge would take us across to the Island. Driving on sand, if anyone hasn't tried, is quite difficult as the wheels drag the ...