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... Civic we settled for the afternoon out in the sunshine! We enjoyed a beautiful beef and Yorkshire pudding roast dinner out on the al fresco at around 2pm and just as we started to clear up it started to pour down with rain, unbelievable! It came out of nowhere! We gathered in the lounge and pretty much stayed there for the remainder of the day, we indulged in a cheese board in the evening and watched a couple of movies before calling it a day. ...
... 1770 is all you will see here, with
the famous Captain Cook having landed here then, and there are a few
info boards dotted around but to be honest we didn't look and learn
that much. Instead, having spent our first afternoon and evening
chatting to others at the hostel, we spent our one full day there
lying on the beach and catching some waves bodyboarding...some very
small waves...but the last waves we could try to catch without
Daryl's 31st Birthday Up early today. The sun was shining, it was a beautiful morning. Daryl opened his birthday cards!! The first thing we did was get our swimmers on and get in the pool, what a perfect start to the day, we were in for a good half hour. It's so nice being able to jump in first thing in the morning (the perfect wake up). Late morning we headed over to our new favourite spot, Gympie Terrace with Joff and the two pups and picked up bacon and egg rolls and orange juice ...
We could have done so much, kanoe in the creek, walk through Noosa national park but instead we decided to just chill on the beach for most of the day and do some shopping. We were going to get the bus to Byron Bay later today and therefore just wanted to take it easy.
I got my nails painted and Tom booked a sky dive.....that's it just casually booked a ...
... hostel that the Swedes were staying at. We didn't have anywhere to stay, so we figured their hostel would be fine, or failing that, we would be in the backpacker part of town. The one way system in Brisbane is a nightmare, but we got there eventually, only to find that they didn't have WiFi, which we needed for planning NZ. Luckily there were about 4 hostels next door, so we opted for the one with the swimming pool on the roof! We said goodbye to our hitch hikers ...