Netanya Noosa Resort
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... watched a tiger show which was another brilliant show! It's so crazy how close you can get to dangerous animals just by using food as positive reinforcement. So clever! Oh and I almost forgot about the snakes!! We saw so many snakes right at the start. It's not a surprise that pretty much all of the poisonous snakes live in Australia. The 'fierce snake' is the most venomous, and the 'Taipan' is the most deadliest. It was so interesting reading all about ...
... pears with Gorgonzola cheese. Sounds like a strange combination but it was delicious. The restaurant also had a jazz musician who was incredible. He was so talented, mixing between his grand piano, saxophone and singing. He even played a Frankie Vali song to get everyone going. We could have stayed all night listening to him but eventually we walked back to the apartment to get a few hours sleep before ...
... towns which are very tourist orientated but retain their country feel. This drive was the best we have been on this trip - beautiful green hills and valleys, nice houses and a real good feel about the area.
Thursday September 25 - we packed up and headed to our farm sit at Cootharaba. This farm is about 20 k from Tewantin which is near Noosa Heads. We knew the farm was about 400 acres but when we ...
... got the leftovers.
I managed to catch 2 decent size bream. They were under the size limits to take home. So I released the first one.....oops Pelican bombed it straight away. The second Shirley did the distraction trick which worked. I can't wait to get up early and test my little boat. The engine is from 1975 almost the year of my birth.....wish us luck :-)
To be continued
Vandaag begonnen we met een wandeling ...
Thanks to a very fidgety Steve, we were up at 5am, so we drove to the marina up the road and drank coffee whilst watching the sun come up :) After breakfast, we then went to the wild Dolphin feeding place. We have been before, but wanted to go once more. We were in the water up to our knees with the dolphins swimming around us, and then a short while later we got to each feed them a fish :) Then a half ...