River Esplanade Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... sandwich (without the bread) overlooking the fake beach, the Brisbane River and the city lights, we went walking again. Found more coffee and a boutique that was open. I nearly saved money in a half price designer skirt but it was a bit short. Phew. What a fabulous day. Of course, it would have been a lot better if it wasn't so hot, but at least we weren't flooded in and my emergency kit was not required. I've attached a photo of Glen with the Ferris wheel behind him, and another of the ...
... up our stuff.
A last walk into town on the boardwalk, (I saw 4 scrub turkeys), to check in with the rental agency that manages the apartment and find out where to drop off the keys. Ice cream at the beach and then home.
We went out for dinner since we had no food and the place was clean. We walked down the spit to the fish market area. We were looking for a good fish restaurant. We looked at a couple but they were expensive and ...
... morning we hired a kayak to explore the Noosa river, we paddled past some of the most beautiful waterfront houses as well as some unfortunate chav mansions. We explored the sandbars including stealthily sneaking up on a huge flock of albatross and ventured into the mangroves which line the river on the northern side. The mangroves were a bit creepy if you ask me, and it didn't help that Matt told me that a crocodile had been spotted in the ...
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... We even went passed an island that was owned by Ric************, originally bought as a retreat for his workers but now available for public use. There was a big legal uproar when he first bought it as it stated he could only build one building but he wanted to build loads of houses so he was taken to court. His lawyers discovered that it still counts as one building if you provide an above ground walkway between them all so he's now built six retreats with a ...