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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we are considering the engine. We enter Mooloolaba with no problems at 6.30pm. Very glad chart plotter in the cockpit is working as there is no moon and we really cannot see a thing.
Into the marina and once again we are buggered, but we did had a fun day (not sure John agrees with that). No damage and the only area wet downstairs is our bathroom - that would be because I left the hatch slightly open for the first couple of hours before it was discovered!!
... we were in the way of the surfers and took off to go to the main beach. I spent the next three hours amongst the waves while the others tanned. For lunch we went to a cafe and I had toasted sour read with tomato, ham and basil. The others decided to have ice cream afterwards as well. We got picked up and driven back to the house for about half an hour until we were off for school again. (2:30pm) At school (4pm), I used the rest of the time unpacking, prep, chilling and ...
... 8221; Ah! Now we understand why the cop keeps scanning the water with his torch.
9:30. We’re just starting a new game of Spot the Ripple in the Water when a cheer goes up from the cars ahead. We’re moving! There’s no way we can get back to Brisbane tonight, so we’ll just have to spend the night at some swanky place at the coast, but first, there’s that roadhouse ahead with food, and ...
... very active but we did manage to return to them later to say hi. The snakes were very impressive with many different types in the exhibition.
By this time we noticed it was time for the tigers show and hopped on the shuttle to South East Asia where we managed to catch the end of the tiger show. This included a keeper playing with the tigers in the water like kittens having a great time! We nipped back passed the red pandas and camels to Africa. Giraffes, ...
Work wasnt very busy at all on st paddys day so only a short but happy shift in our green bowties. Had some very good dressed up leprechauns in but for once the Aussies realised they had work the next day and were fairly sensible with their drinking haha. Tuesday we decided it was time for breakfast at the wharf out near the water so, we took our hot cross buns, yoghurt, fruit and juice and found ourselves a sunny picnic bench. Leech moade the fruit salad whilst ...