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... journey. It was much bigger than it looked from the bottom and felt like being in a desert. It was lined by trees either side with a view over the ocean one side and the entire Everglades over the other. It was really nice to be somewhere amazing like this that only about 20 people see every few instead of thousands seeing every day. Everyone got their pictures before we headed back to the canoes. The walk back was much easier and Jenn even spotted a snake by ...
... with one exception, a 1940s ford v8 pick up!! Then headed back to
our apartment to plan our next move.
Kombis now 12. Seems to me to be a destination for kombi
owners. No beatles seen so far!
Back in our air conditioned bliss, we inflated our sup,( inflatable paddle board)
and fastened to the roof of the rolla, off to noosa river,along with a drop in
air temp now low 20s. yeeah!!
At the river we noted ...
... world go by. It was also an opportunity to thumb through some cooking magazines and snap a photo or two of any interesting looking recipes worth trying in the future. Yvonne called from Glen's car to confirm they were not too far away and soon enough we were all sitting down to a large platter of fresh market purchased fare on the sunny balcony of our apartment catching up on the latest news. Both yesterday and today started unusually for us with cloudy and ...
... Henry from destroying our work). I'm not going to lie I didn't actually do any of the gardening just gave Emily instruction and brought out beers. Sunday was Dayboros annual fair and we spent the day wondering around all the stalls and listening to some great live music. Emily and Gav have become somewhat stalkers of this musician called Juzzie Smith. We sat for a while and listened to his one man band, he was very good at multitasking and could play the ...
... yoghurt, and sell a range of different products including sauces, spices, chutneys, and wines.
For lunch they gave us a selection of cheeses (I have never seen so much cheese in my life) served with crackers, and a selection of wraps and sandwiches. They had gluten free, lactose free, and vegetarian/vegan options. I really liked the herb and garlic feta and the chutney they served with the crackers was delicious.