Mantra Mooloolaba Beach Resort
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We woke to a nice sunny day in our old fashioned bedroom in Vacy Hall. Breakfast was served on a table on the verandah and was traditional porridge, toast and marmalade. We visited the Queens Gardens on the first day of the Carnival of Flowers. The flower beds were spectacular, especially after the rain the previous day. Lots of young ...
... and then pumped under the seaway and dumped onto South Stradbroke, which is were it would have ended up. This way, it just bypasses the seaway entrance - ingenious....& expensive!
Lunch again at Petes Fish Market, superb, and cheap! Fish straight from the fishing fleet, which is at the door step, onto the griller and then into our mouths yum yum.
Wind is quite strong Sunday but then eases off late afternoon and is due to return Monday, hence our ...
... magnificent, it's just perfect here! ;)
Day 6: 3pm
Well we are eating at the hotel and then we are going to the Maritime Museum.
And after that we are going to eat lunch at Maccas which is the Australian word for McDonalds.
Day 6: 5:15
Well we just ate at Maccas and right now we are going to go sight seeing and go walking through the beautiful town.I can already tell that this place is going to be just as good as Sunshine Coast! :)
... warmed to us quickly, everyone knows each other and has a laugh in the water. Sad to leave Australia but bring on Cambodia!!!
Despite not getting everything Noosa has to offer it was still amazing, small clean surf, perfect for nose riding and just cruising along the waves, super clear water.
Roger has to be the best guy in australia, big longhaired surfer dude ...
... br> Lochlan and mum went there while Dad Callum and I went with Matt and Macie to the Yacht club. Matt had to place his footy tips so we had a quick drink and got some last minute things for tea.
We all met back at the house for an early tea and a movie.
A quiet day but a nice one.