The Sebel Maroochydore
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Day 49 – Maroochydore
Today we stayed in full holiday mode which is good for the soul but makes a boring blog. We went to Sunshine Plaza and wandered the shops for about two hours. A few purchases we made before we went back to the van for lunch.
After lunch we played a few games, Leigh finally got himself a much needed ...
... it soon warmed up as the sun rose. The markets were good and very large. It was probably the best thing for Lynda's back as we walked around slowly for most of the day. Eumundi itself is a lovely quaint town set in some beautiful green country side. In fact we both absolutely loved the country side that we were now traveling around in. It is so lush and green and reminds us both of the South of England! On Sunday, Lynda's back was improved ...
... guessed it, a fire started! We were freaking out, Bill had to back up so we could put the fire out and Spicky just kept saying continue straight ahead!!!! True story, we were lucky the car didn’t blow up or there was a massive grass fire as the paddock was nothing but dry grass!
So the moral of this story is don’t believe everything Spicky tells you unless you are Bill…. Do you know where this story is headed, well, this is where it ...
... and once the decision is made the toothache will go away... and cancer is caused by unexpressed anger. Going door to door talking to people was a lot of fun I have to say. I liked talking to people and hearing their crazy theories. Also, over here half of the people I meet tell me their heritage and tenuous links to the U.K. once I mention I'm from Scotland. Such fun.
I don't know how many of you know Bill Bryson the ...
... big rucksacks and are given big barrels to store our snacks and smaller bags in. There are 16 people on our trip and we are taken 35km up the river where the Everglades begin and our canoes are waiting for us. Then that's it, we are left to make our own way to the campsite which is a 2 hour plus paddle up the river. At no point did we complain though because the journey was amazing. You go through lakes that are filled with lily pads and flowers before getting into ...