The Mirage Alexandra Headland
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... managed to see her open her present and card from us which was great! We had a homemade Thai green curry for dinner (thanks Joff) around 6pm and dined out on the al fresco, we had an in depth conversation about some interesting music topics afterwards and listened to a few singer songwriters! It was such a nice evening too! We finished off the day with a few beers and a nice wind down in front of the TV! ...
... with another AirBnb host who lived in what can only be described as a show home complete with swimming pool. One of the advantages of staying with local Australians is their knowledge, and our hosts informed us about visiting 'clubs' for good yet cheap food and drink. We do not mean the usual nightclub, but instead sports clubs – the most popular in Australia of course is the surf club.
For dinner we ended up in a bowls ...
Weather: hot and humid today. Every day seems to be sunny with some clouds
We got out of bed around 9am and enjoyed breakfast on our deck facing the ocean (just like we do every day here).
We cleaned up, got our phone working finally with its new sim card (we had to unlock it by calling back to NZ and figuring out how to get our unlock code), applied sun screen, and set ...
... to get lower. As we walked there were surfers and various other people enjoying the water and the sun as well. After walking the beach we went and got our towels from the room and headed for the outdoor pool. We got into the "lagoon" pool which goes around most of the hotel, the pool was really cold so we didn't stay long before heading to the spa pools which are heated. We sat around in the pools for an hour or so before going back to the ...
We stopped at Goomera for coffee on the way to Gympie. Lovely neat town with coffee shops and a cheese shop. Arriving at the Matilda Roadhouse free camp we were surprised to find a little paradise. Ponds with water Lillie's and water birds, grassy areas to camp on and a bridge to cross over to use the toilets or shops. There are huge road trains that can park and refuel here. The truckies can have a shower and a feed. Also the Greyhound bus interchange/ stop is here. But the ...
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