Oaks On Felix (1 Bedroom)
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... I moved into the
glorious sun. I had my headphones in and was fairly jamming! It was
great. Drew came by to check in, help for a few minutes, and let me
know I should break for lunch at 12.30.
Calyn the cutter stopped by with whom I
have a funny relationship that is on the cusp of a good friendship,
but neither of us hold a conversation long enough (or ask about each
other's lives and histories) to establish one. He teased me that I
was still on ...
... they pack thousands of locally grown tomatoes all
through winter. The walks along the beach and from Rose Bay through to
Horseshoe Bay were spectacular. Bowen was the base for Catalina Aircraft during
the second world war.
Had a great time when we caught up with Garry and Kaylee who were on their way
up to Cairns, went on a day trip from Airlee on the Whitsunday Express
with them visiting Whitehaven Beach, the Hill Inlet Lookout ...
... my pocket on the first round. On the second round all 4 of us went together. After that we headed to the dolphin show which was really entertaining. Back home with our 2 very tired visitors, so we settled for an early BBQ dinner and they are both in bed before 8 pm. The plan for tomorrow is to visit Movie World.
Tuesday 28th July up and about for our early morning run and walk, while our house guest hung around waiting for us to return to ...
It seemed like a small problem when we booked this flight, but as we head off to the airport at 9pm for a 12.35am take off, it doesn't seem that clever! The security check at Brisbane tries its best to be different again, it really becomes a game wondering what will set the alarm off this time. The problem with a late flight ( in my case anyway) is keeping away from the bar, even at such exorbitant prices and ...
... Nia found some lovely colourful feathers from parakeets and cockatoos. From Gympie we took the scenic route through the hinterland to Kenilworth where we had a walk on the Great Fig Walk. Enormous Morton Bay Fig trees towered above us. There were warnings about the stinging trees which were also all along the walk. These have horrible hairy leaves that can give you a very painful stinging sensation for months! Even dried leaves collected in 1910 still are capable ...