BreakFree Rainbow Shores
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... it got sighted scary so we headed off!!
We made our way up to Tin Can Bay and tentatively enjoyed the view up there for a while, despite seeing our first 'crocodiles might be around' sign!!
Next we headed off to Rainbow Beach and enjoyed a drink in the surf club whilst overlooking the ocean and deciding which Fraser Island & Whitsundays trips we fancied!
It was getting pretty late in the day by the time we ...
... to a lovely cafe called rococo. I feel like I need to point out how incredible the breakfasts are in Australia. They're on a new level of delicious. Every time, every restaurant, guaranteed. Our next trip was a quick drive to rainbow beach. This is where we will be leaving from with our groups tomorrow to have a two day trip to Fraser ...
... follows each event. The Colonial and Military Museum was a highlight, as was the Bond Store, and Geraghty's Store - the final brother locked the doors in 1972 and walked out, leaving it to posterity to preserve. It was chock full of everything that a general store would stock in the early 20th century. A true blast from the past. But in reality just walking the streets and foreshore was delightful. So, after three very pleasant evenings at the Cheery Nomad we headed off to Tin ...
It was a 7.30am wake up call of Kev knocking on our door ready for the day. We got up and dressed and went over for breakfast - cereal and/or toast. Once that was done, we all got our bags ready and we were off before 9am. The people in each car switched around to give other people a chance to drive. So I ended up in the lead vehicle with Kev driving. There was a good fun group of us so although none of us were driving, we had a good laugh. Our first stop was ...
... br> After we settle down a bit, we decide as the first priority, that he must necessarily sleep more. At night he sleeps 8-10 hours which is enough. But at day time he hardly sleeps. It is the first time that I read extensively on the Internet and inform me about babies. We decide to try a few things and realize tips and theories of experts.
Let's see if we bring the little one to sleep.