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We had a great sleep last night! It was about 10am when we woke up this morning! After watching some of the World Cup highlights we got up! We had a pro active start to our morning and booked an airport transfer to Brisbane from the Noosa Junction for when we fly to New Zealand next Monday! At the minute we are struggling to get a transfer back to Noosa as our plane lands really late! (We will worry about that a bit closer to the time ...
... So leech went for a sleep, Tom back to the hotel and I went for a dip in the sea followed by chillaxing in the pool and hot tub. As you can imagine I was having a truly amazing week. That night we had pizza out at belle Venezia courtesy of Tom bless him !!! And then said goodnight and split. Thursday was awesome. Unfortunately my travelling partner would be at work but Tom and I caught the bus down to caloundra where we were due to experience a flight in a bi-plane. We found Jodie and ...
... she is growing up.
The Dodds family came to visit us over the last weekend and we hit the beach and the pool every day and spent the evenings sampling the different wines, beers and ciders from the area. We also feasted on fresh scallops and swordfish from the Noosa Farmers' market.
On Monday, we traveled to Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo. It was a bit pricey but we had an amazing day there. The ...
... be to ride out the storm with 2 frightened little boys. Luckily there was no wind. It wasn't long when someone spotted a torrent of water coming down a small waterway from off the hillside beside our tent and about to overflow through our campsite. Robin came to our rescue and saved us from being swamped and diverted the water away from the tents. And then it was all over.
Determined to have a ...
... Lighthouse. There is a lookout there. The views were a little hazy but still great.
The walk was once again done.
Today we headed to Montville. It's a small town with the buildings constructed to look like a small English town. It was quite picturesque. There was lots of shops there, Lynne was happy.
On the way back to the caravan we stopped at the Kondalilla Waterfalls in the Kondalilla National Park.