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... to the dining room on deck 2. Dinner was 7:30 pm - why Oh why do they not serve meals at 6pm!! Mixed mob of people- Emergency Physican Melinda single nice woman, Just retired Australian ambassador to Denmark Neil, Psych Nurse Viv & her Magistrate husband Alan, Julie, Alison & Paul Australians who live / work in New York, where winter gets down to -20° ! Dinner time I chose the vegetable curry (vegetables with some bottled curry sauce) Bed time 11:30 ...
... are sleeping here on the Coles parking spot which has dark spots and is quiet. It's also empty so we drive around with our Skate-/Longboards which is fun! On our second day here...I think it was a Wednesday...we went to the biggest market in Queensland which is in Eumundi. It was beautiful there and lots of great stalls like Steak it ;) At the ...
... to rescind our mayday, and relax by the pool, as by now the day was well used up!!
Sadly this was a true story. :( but no one was injured in the making of it!!
Disclaimer. One store name was exaggerated by given two words to its title, (eg: Malibu Stacey ). This was to make it seem real. So I hoped it worked. Oh it was real btw, Mostly. true I mean. That should do it. Right there. CUT.
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We headed north again and spent a week at the Scarborough Holiday Village just north of Brisbane. We thought we would try this spot as it was still close enough to our friends in Hamilton Brisbane so we could return the keys to their unit at Nobby Beach. We enjoyed a good chinese lunch with them at the Port.
Scarborough turned out to be a great spot. It was very quiet during the week but became quite busy on the weekend with heaps of people out ...
... there was a campaign to sell Yowie T-shirts. Even the local football”. team is called the “Kilcoy Yowies
Are you Enlightened really hope so I had no idea that Yowies existed here.
The radio club meeting was a great success and a time for us to veg out in this very quiet town in SE Queensland we will surely return often.
We are now on the way to Goomeri for the Annual Pumpkin Festival should be a barrel of ...