Mantra Mooloolaba Beach Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Babysitting service
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... park at noosa beach. Just about to put our towels down, and a shower suddenly interrupted us! Sprinted to hastings st for shelter ,and decided to have subway for lunch. All this while we have been looking for interesting cars,to photograph for your amusement. However a dam lot of modern ordinary cars here,4wds and utes as well! Also noticed several Ford blue commodores but no Ford blue Fords!! What are the aussies thinking?? Also seen an old ...
... to take the chance, like the locals but no, can't be done. The recommendation was Kona side of the island (surf and sand again). The Volcano village area was booked out and so I settled on Hilo, where we fly in. This was hit by tsunami's twice (last one in 1960s) and as a consequence most of the waterfront area was turned into parkland. So excitement of lava just down the road at Puna and tsunamis on the waterfront, wow! I said things could ...
... through to the very posh dining room. All perfectly placed cutlery and tea sets with big leather chairs and posh lighting. We were given a glass of Moët which was gorgeous then picked from a selection of teas to go with our cakes etc. leech went earl grey I went English breakfast although was tempted by hot cinnamon spice. Then our lovely waitress brought along our 3 tiered cake stand. The bottom layer consisting of a salmon and cream cheese sandwich, a ham ...
... the hostel was supposed to have some contacts but they haven’t heard anything yet. They both want to get the 2nd year as Dave’s visa is expiring soon (he’s a hairdresser btw), and Paul has travelled in NZ for a bit already.
So off I went to the Underwater World. It was right by the harbour, the entrance was bit hidden though, or maybe I was coming from the wrong side of the building. They had a room full of jellyfishes, a shark room of course, and ...
... road laws, but apparently it is illegal to park against the flow of traffic. Isn’t this a ridiculous law? On the way back to move the car someone else also told us about this. Luckily thanks to these kind people we were able to turn the car around and avoid a fine.
We continued to follow the Pacific Highway until we reached the Gold Coast area. Our very first stop in the Gold Coast was at the seaside village of ...