Santorini Twin Waters
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... cite_ref-getaway_3-2" class="reference"> The area was mainly used to house adult saltwater crocodiles that had been captured and relocated from the wild.
... the way trying to catch some fish. Not too much proof of any being caught though. We had a look at some of the campsites about halfway up the beach, casing out some spots for our caravan next time we come this way. There are quite a few vans and tents dotted along the 15 kilometre camping area. We drove into Teewah and had a look at some of the shacks and holiday rentals here. We continued up ...
... has since told me that the tshirt featured the American Woody, popular with surfers and nothing like the Woody he restored, except for the wood. Lucky I didn't order one of those tshirts hey?] The national park is right on the doorstep of the Noosa Main Beach and although it was raining, we walked a few kilometres past the apartments and penthouses that lined the end of Hastings Street, and admired the surfers at every point. There was a plethora of fit young things, ...
... the local pub to try and catch a break. Heading back later only proved to be exactly the same, the hot box was still boiling and we couldn’t open any windows without being infested by humongous mozzies. Turning the engine on for the air con was a no go as it would wake everyone up and being an old van…sorry car, we daren’t risk the battery on for too long. We were in for one very long, very hot, very itchy, very sweaty and very lopsided night! ...
... vacated on the footpath we went outside to dine.
Although cooler here, annoyingly another blue commie was parked behind
Annemiekes shoulder, for the duration. Why he couldn’t have parked somewhere
more considerately I don’t know!! I’m sure if we had counted these pests we
would be in the hundreds right now.
Apart from that it was a great night, as a cool breeze soon
cooled us down.