- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... suits motherhood and it won't be long before there's another lovely little Wirth on the scene. Chloe told Claire that we were her friends now and I really hope it's not too long before we see our little pal again. It's such a cliche but they really do grow up fast. In the afternoon we drove to the Smith's new place in Little Mountain, Caloundra. Natalie was there with Josh and Ethan when we arrived. Like Heath and Hayden they have both grown up so ...
Stopped at Tiaro for coffee at the little cafe. There was quite a good overnight camp here. Called at the ginger factory for a few odds and ends and had the most enormous hamburger for lunch. Set up at Mudjimba CP for 2 nights. Their fees are exorbitant and the taps are too far away to connect our lovely new taps! Bring on the free ...
... as reported in some quarters. There is (or in our case) was no departure tax from the domestic, and finally to put it all in perspective, we paid $30US each for our ticket. Had we paid a lot more, with say Philippine Airlines, a little more comfort would have been afforded. We got a cyclo from the airport to the place we were staying, The Hibiscus Garden Inn. We were greeted with kindness, had a quick shower and a nice supper ( with a few beers) and were in bed and asleep within ...
... of what Good Friday really means. I was feeling a bit homesick and just seeing how small the world really is and seeing our beloved church family right there sure helped a lot! I think the kids were a bit homesick too. They saw Nicole and Hal and Tom and Theresa on the video feed and were genuinely excited and they both visibly softened. It was nice for all of us to connect with The Lord through our church family that way. I am also feeling a bit ...
... was also drizzling so we decided to catch the next available bus back. While we waited for the bus at the park several wild parakeets and other birds gathered around us looking for food. After we got back to Noosa we went for a walk on the esplanade to check out the shops, but they all seemed really pricy like boutiques and stuff. We got back to the hostel and had beers with the 2 Canadian brothers that I met at the Meet & Greet earlier. They were heading up ...