Twin Pines Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the sites there is so much room. We both have sloppy pants and tops on as its cool, oh and I have my ugh boots too! PS lasagna and garlic bread were great! There are markets at Eumindi tomorrow which look good and markets at the Noosa Marina on Sunday - wish you girls were here to share in the fun! Will have to set Don up in a comfy spot! Plus I want to go to The Ginger Factory in Buderim. Wonder if they still have the House of Bottles or am I dreaming of the seventies ...
Jess and Daniel who live on the Sunny Coast joined us on Thursday night, picked us up on Saturday and joined us again on Sunday. We are also privileged to have nephew, Greg and Michelle with kiddies Marcus and Charlotte join us for lunch on Sunday.....very cosy as the rain comes down.
With the rain and wind still with us we extend our stay until Thursday. We have met Jesse and Sharee from Perth and Bob and Linda from Brisbane. There is talk we will all ...
We had a very good flight home arriving at Brisbane airport at 6.50am Wednesday morning after leaving LA at 11.50pm on Monday. Yes, we missed Tuesday. It will seem like a short week. Jason met us at the airport and after taking Mum and him home, we had a cup of tea/coffee before heading up to the Sunshine Coast. We arrived around midday, unpacked and then visited Lynn and Denis. We had an awesome holiday but there is no place like home and your own ...
... now the weather has turned stormy and looks set for the week, low cloud and rain. Kathryn, Roxanna and I have done several turns around the National Park, which paid dividends in that we saw 2 Koalas - or maybe the same Koala twice - but as there are only a 2- 3 in the whole national park, we feel both privileged and slightly smug. <i>( Kathryn has to add..... Most Australians have never seen a koala in the wild, so to say I was excited was ...
... a backpackers (Mooloolaba Backpackers) down the road. With no other plans we decided to walk over and ask if they had any vacancy and to our surprise they did!
However, it was barely lunchtime and we weren’t sure if we wanted to stop here or carry on another 40 mins to Noosa and try our luck there. We decided not to book anything yet and check out the town and beach to see if we wanted to stay. The beach was lovely. Warm, soft ...