Amytis Gardens Retreat & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Day 52 – Maroochydore
This is to be our last full day in Queensland and our last day of actual holiday. From tomorrow it will be hitching up and hitting the tarmac.
After breakfast we went to the beach to get in out last few sets of waves. We had to make a few running repairs on the girls boogie boards and Leigh's was on its last ...
So a few days ago I was on the phone with my dad and he said "you know what they say? It's not an adventure until something bad happens" I replied with "how about until something unexpected happens?" Well, day one in the Campervan and we've experienced both! Let's start from the beginning. Dan arrived early Tuesday morning, I awaited his arrival at our accommodation, which we fondly refer to as the "hippie house" because well, a bunch of hippies share the house ...
... McMartins Farm. They were not disappointed, some saying it was the best ice cream they’d had the pleasure of tasting.
We made our way back to the boat and were greeted by Shorty and Sandy whipping up a tasty lunch spread. Steaks, salads, local bakery rolls and tropical fruit salad were on the menu as well as a variety of drinks on offer in the fully licensed onboard bar.
After lunch we set off towards home. Full and satisfied we ...
We left very early Sat morning and got through Brisbane without a hitch but until we got to Maroochydore and heard the news we has no idea how serious the flooding situation was for the region. The main highway was unobstructed but there were many trees standing in water in many places. Maroochydore was so big we were once again a little daunted by the scale of the place but we found a lovely spot and set up here for a couple of days. ...
22nd March - Arrived in Noosa at half past 5 and walk a very long 20 minutes fully loaded with backpacks. It is our first experience at an airbnb, where people advertise anything from a room to a house for short term renting. We got really lucky with ours and had our own lounge with a big tv, bedroom and a shower room, all the the price of a hostel. It was underneath the owners house so we got use of their swimming pool and BBQ when they were not using it so we ...