Peninsular Beachfront Resort
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... Sammie, An Italian who I at first had mistaken for an electrician (oops), who spoke English quite poorly, but who was very happy I took the time to practise with him (as most people where too bussy for that, he said). Next I met two of the other housemates: Ozzie Jason, who also had a guest over: the German Sarah and the Norwegian housemate Bjørno. There were also two other housemates, but I hardly saw them during my stay. Around ten o'clock, Kyriakos came back from ...
... luxury - beds, TV, kitchen appliances, and our own room! Thomas and Lucy barely managed to take their eyes off the TV screen - they've been missing it so much!
Had a well earned rest here - beach walks, lazing around the pool, eating icecream, strolling the promenade, strawberry picking/eating and just catching up.
Just what we needed, before we embark on the final leg ...
... Street and a coffee followed to help recover from the workout. Tomorrow is Eumundi Market day and we will head over there to stock up on supplies for lunch and dinner. The Farmers' Market is also on again in Noosa on Sunday (at the local footy ground) where we will be spending up big for the week ahead. Hopefully the windy conditions do not return and the afternoons can be spent paddling the river and ...
... An ex.. Mandy had moved there some years ago so thought it would be good to go take a look. Again this proved a little difficult as I missed the off ramp to the sunshine highway... So had to do some cleaver side tracking to get back on track. When I got to Maroochydore I was surprised. I had envisioned a sleepy little village.. But what met me was never ending.. It was huge. There went the plan of bumping into Mandy in the street...lol By this time it was ...
... as she is afraid of birds, Laura I wish you were there), koalas, kangaroos, TONS of snakes, wombats, lots of birds, crocodiles and turtles.
We were able to feed the kangaroos which was a neat experience, hold and pet koalas and see the world's most venomous snakes (gah! not a good idea before going into Australia's forests). The zoo also has an animal hospital which was probably one of the highlights for me. Most of the patients were koalas and ...