Sand Dunes Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... me while we looked around all the cute shops, a lovely night with great people. We were planning on going to a latin street party, but our beds were calling for us more, so after the market we returned home. The next day it was time to say goodbye to Kyriakos. After he went to work however, I stayed on the verranda a bit longer and this was when Sarah convinced me I just had to stay an extra night. I texted Krys, who told me he wasn't coming home that night, but that I ...
... playground right next door. We still had a bit of time to spare in the day so continued on to the Sealife Aquarium in Maloolaba which was really good. Castling had clues she had to follow, similar to those at Australia Zoo, so it kept her interested and she even managed to touch some sea stars and cucumbers to get her stamp :) We then walked around the little marina there and saw some absolutely huge ...
... us!! Walked round the peninsula; same walk I had done with Kate, Jenny and Jonny when we first arrived in Australia. Stopped for wine breaks every couple of hundred meters. Last stop was on an out lying rock over the seaside where we watched the sunset as the sea lapped against the beach. Went out for dins at a restaurant called Seasons next to the beach. Found out our apartment was for sale walking back, for over half a million big ones! ...
... 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 ...
... a broken neck, broken back, head injuries, “ I can remember saying oh no and crying , oh no what have you done, Kerry what have you gone and done, why now, you can’t die, you just can’t , where did it happen, and Marilyn tells me, we are both crying , I say I don’t understand , she says I need to ring the Blenheim Police and Wellington Hospital. I take the numbers. I'm in shock and just can’t believe something could ...