Palmer Coolum Resort
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... can spend more time in a wine store than I can in a book store. Who knew? The day has been mostly cloudy and started to rain when we got to Kenilworth. All the galleries were now closed, they close at 4:00, but we decided to drive through to Montville to see if it was worth returning to check out the galleries. We didn't realize that this meant driving through the Blackall Range. The drive was very scenic but uphill on narrow windy roads most of the way. I don't usually ...
... saying 'many hands make light work' definitely proven! At 6.45 Chris had the car packed up, and with a "see you in 3 hours", he drove the fish to Brisbane Airport. True to his word, he was back at 9.45 pm in time for a cuppa before bed! He must be exhausted, but apparently he does this every fortnight. Tomorrow he has to go diving again and catch some more fish so that the process can start all over again. What a ...
... took us on a cook's tour of Coolum. Some wonderful views from the lookout showcased this amazing town with beautiful beaches, shops and many new homes. It is also (slightly) famous for housing Clive Palmer's 'Palmersaurus and vintage car museum'! We might get to see it tomorrow as it is free entry this weekend only. How fortunate are ...
... he drove us back to mooloolaba stopping for a cookie along the way. Tuesday was seriously productive for me as I managed to catch up on my diary and complete all 15 postcards so that made me happy ! No doubt I am behind again now! Spontaneous Tuesday evening resulted in curry and red wine this week. We checked out the new English Indian on brisbane road and had an absolutely fabulous meal .... So so tasty and lovely staff. I love spontaneous Tuesdays. Wednesday ...
... of catbirds and woopoo pigeons. We saw gorgeous pademelons (a small wallaby), cheeky fantails and some spectacular rainforest plants, with their buttressed roots and strangling vines. It was a bit of a rushed visit because we had to get back to AOR to collect the camper before they closed for the New Year holidays.
Back at AOR the wiring had been fixed and the camper had had the benefit of several hours of 240 volts. Unfortunately the fridge had ...