Noosa Sun Motel & Holiday Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... realising why Kev had opted to let us go on and he would sit and wait with the cars! It was a trek through the trees until we reached a huge sand plain. First of all we thought we had reached the lake but weren't sure where the water was! Then we realised there was still a little bit to walk until we reached water. We had a group photo and continued to the lake. There was a huge sand dune down the lake, and Kev had warned us not to run down it ...
... tasks. Next is a well overdue degrease and clean up for the bicycles. I do hope the degreaser does not kill the lawn. Charl gets a call from a lady who requires an asymmetrical haircut??? Apparently she was extremely happy with the result and tipped Charl. I spend the rest of the day packing up for our move to Noosa Heads in the morning. Charl is kept busy preparing food for a barbecue that we have been invited to tonight with 4 couples of friendly caravaners. ...
... world for a while. After the long drive back, I eventually got into bed around 12:00 for work the next morning at 5:00. It was worth it though, to have a break and do something different. Hopefully doing our theme park weekend next weekend and see Manu again! The journey awaits x (One thing that did happen on the drive back. Luckily Alex was asleep at the time but I hit my first animal whilst driving. Thankfully it wasn't a kangaroo as they can do some real damage, nope it was a possum. ...
... lounge, dinning, kitchen n bathroom on the 9th floor in Oaks on Market. After settling in it was off for a walk. Natasha was in awe of the trams but didn't like the crowds, thinking they were rude :) We walked around the city looking and deciding on what to have for dinner, Natasha didn't find anything she fancied except for cup of ...
... being stung. I don't think it was a jellyfish as could imagine it to be more painful but it was weird. We asked the lifeguard just to double check we wernt going mad and he said there are no jellyfish in the water today so it's most likely sea-lice nipping. Nice. And that was the end of our time at noosa beach haha!!
We took a walk into another beach town at the bottom of a hill which reminded us both of paguera in Majorca and have decided to come back ...