Red Bridge Motor Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... after some frantic online shopping I am the proud owner of a purple A line maxi skirt with matching ruched singlet - made of bamboo - which is like being wrapped in a cloud. It is soo comfortable and I think quite stylish. Then, I was reading one of my many fashion blogs about what NOT to wear on a plane, the number 1 item was a maxi skirt. Apparently you are very likely to get a pat down or feel up from security because you look like you might be hiding something under there. ...
... were all engrossed in our books we felt the first drops of rain, we took cover in Betty's burgers, and unfortunately this meant that we just had to buy ice creams. The rain soon stopped, we set out to buy sun cream and Saff went home as she wasn't feeling up to more sun. We were pleasantly surprised when with our sun cream we received a free Nivea beach tent. We found a great area of the beach and set up camp with our new tent, the tent provided shade for Suze and I ...
... as we left we felt like roast turkeys! Altough some cool drinks helped our journey to final destination. After a 20 min drive ,during which I managed to just stay awake,and negotiating numerous roundabouts,we arrived here at Tewantin. Australis Noosa Lakes to be precise. A rather large complex . We have a lovely 2 balcony unit, with separate bedroom ,and over looking the pool. It didn’t take long to splash into the pool, let me reassure you all.!! J ...
... to a lack of water and sleep over the past few days! We all ploughed on though and got through it. We kept each other going and there was a lot of good humour involved. It was fairly steady for most of the day with short busy periods, it was a nice day to finish the show on. (All the oddball customers were out today, some of the questions asked by people are just completely mind blowing!) people also need to cheer up! Jeez! The gates closed for the day at 4pm, ...
... time of 8am, then there was an influx of people straight away and it helped us get into the swing of things, warm up and get the feeling back in our toes! Possibly the highlight of the morning was an old chap heading over to the register only to say "good morning young lady" to Daryl standing at the register (with full beard)!! Apparently there was a glare and he got confused! We all thought it ...