Palmer Coolum Resort
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... top to distract a country music band (at a Glen family occasion in Gympie) and make them stop. She wouldn't be in it. Favourite pastime: going on holidays with Glen :) Favourite treat: see favourite food above What matters most to you: Glen, Adam, my best friends and favourite family members - you know who you are:) What makes you laugh: people getting their merds wixed or makeing spelling misteaks And Adam And Glen And my friends Lynda, Ann, Kirsten and ...
... the stand up paddleboarders ("sup"- ers) and the guys on boogey boards being tossed around by the dumpers – they are mad!!!! Mooloolaba is a lovely beach with the caravan park right at the beach but we are finding that these parks are making a killing - $96 for 2 nights seems a bit extreme to us, especially since it is quite an ordinary park – no special
facilities at all.
... 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 ...
... catch up with Heather. Day 3 - Bon Voyage! Off to start camping...... We cruised through the Glass House mountains and took some photos from the lookout. Stunning day! We then meandered to Mooloolaba for a lovely seafood lunch at The Deck, Fyshwick's favourite seafood spot in Mooloolaba. Our next stop, albeit very brief, was Noosa Heads. I forgot how much I love this little resort town, so cute! And now.....here we are at our first camping spot, Cooroora. ...
... the document and particularly the section added by you re the possibility of Kerry having fallen asleep on his way home to the Sounds house after his fracture accident and attendance at Wairau ED and how the progression of the accident (hitting the bridge sides) would have woken him if indeed that (falling asleep) had occurred (please do not see that there is any suggestion of that from me in this document). Also importantly I note your comment re alcohol ...