Pacific Palms Motor Inn
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... Happy Halloween) Nikki and Ben met up with us at the Sportsground and after we all gave Aero a good workout (so that he’s sleep for a few hours) we all piled into the Jeep and headed firstly to Maleny for a wander through town, before heading a bit further north to Montville. After a browse through many of the little crafty shops (well Wendy and Nikki browsed, Ben and I just waited outside), it was time for lunch followed by an ice cream on ...
... stop 1770. It was great to spend some more time with him and his gorgeous family Kim, Neil, baby sister Hannah and their dog Fendi. Highlights of this area were Australia Zoo, The Ginger Factory, Eumundi Markets, the beaches of Caloundra, and Noosa botanical ...
... myself a large one. I like to think I can just drink stuff
that is not that appealing, but this was foul. I could not get myself
to finish most of the glass. So, down the sink she went!
We watched David Attenborough excitedly
talk about dragonflies in Life in the Undergrowth, then I started to
fall asleep on the couch. It was bedtime. I got ready and said
goodnight to Jess and Matt, then fell deeply asleep in one of the
An easy day yesterday. Nothing much exciting happening. In the morning we went out to the Noosa Farmers Market and had a wander around the stalls. Bought some veggies, eggs, a apple and blueberry pie for tonight's dinner and some very nice fresh French pastries, just out of the oven. They just melted in your mouth. Then Philip bought a couple of crepes, one pulled pork and cheese and a ...
... was wildlife conservation, giving animals the best possible chance in life but also to educate people on many of the dangerous animals living in Australia. He aimed to dismiss myths and teach Australians how to live close to and amongst dangerous animals without the need to threaten or kill them. Most will leave you well alone if you leave them well alone – simple!
Since the age of nine ...