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... of the track. After further investigation we are pretty positive it was a brown snake, which are considered the most venomous in this region. We were tired out from the full day of exercise so we took it really slow all the way back to camp. That night was a repeat of the last minus the giant centipede attack. 28th March - Our last morning in the camp. We had to leave by 7am so that we had time to row back to our pick up point ready to give the canoes to the ...
... was rough and high winds.
This was suitable as my body acts like a sail on sup in the water. So decided on
a quick paddle upstream where the wind would carry me along, nicely. But kept
it short, as water is rough.
Passing alongside the floating restaurant I noted not a good
place to fall off, as far too many witnesses. I could see the whites of their
eyes eagerly awaiting a modest splash from a premature dismount. ...
... skies replacing the clear sunny skies we had become use to. The weather didn't stop our normal routine from including a walk (or two) interrupted by a good coffee somewhere before thoughts turned to dinner and what we might have. We journeyed to a camping / 4WD shop down south in Caloundra this morning to look at (and subsequently purchase) replacement camp chairs. You have to understand that these were no ordinary camp chairs and the store in Caloundra is the sole ...
... drums, sing and juggle some balls all at once. The fair itself was full of bogans (great people watching) and included a bizarre float race and some kind of pie eating contest where one teenage boy just smashed his face into his plate repeatedly. Country folk are strange. On Monday I drove into the city and caught the city cat (Brisbanes river ferry) to have Japanese with my friend Sarah. On Tuesday I caught up with my friend Katie and her over zealous dogs Pogo ...
Maleny... when you think of Maleny, the words or sayings: "Rolling Hills, Cows and Cheese" come to mind. Some of this is true, we did see lots of Cows and green rolling hills, but what you don't know is that there lots more up there. Maleny is located in the heart of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland of Queensland. It is approximately 100 kilometers north of Brisbane. Some other attractions are The Glasshouse Mountains, verdant green hills and ...