Noosa Harbour Resort
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17/3 (Monday) I start my new tour today, which takes me from Sydney to Cairns, stopping at the main destinations along the East Coast. I met my group (of 19 others, half German and half are English!) at 3pm. We headed down to circular quay for another round of jet boating across the harbour. I did the exact same ride with my Oz Into group so I knew …
... was a wild
snake of about 12 inches. I know everyone says that but you’ll just have to
believe me!! It was a light brown colour and wiggled its way out of our reach
and photographic scope rapidly. So I have drawn you one so you can see what it
Perhaps lucky that she didn’t grab it as it was likely to be
a poisonous variety!
Our last stop was a café on a terraced veranda so it nests
amongst the tree tops. ...
... massive but before looking around sought out the food stalls. We found a little French food stall and bought almond croissants and coffees which were so nice! Next we looked around the stalls- there was no tat, just 100%25 trinkets. We could've spent a fortune there, there was so much lovely stuff! We settled on a few bits of jewellery and some food from a Seychelles food stall. After spending the whole morning at the market before heading off for The Sunshine ...
... on the fire and got veges ready for dinner while everyone relaxed near the fire. We all had a lovely dinner thanks to dad and the help of mum. We got the wood-stove started and took our mattresses out of the caravan and put them upstairs. We got some candles started so we had some light to guide us. We sat toed into bed, mum blow out the candles and it was time for forty winks all round. (Forty winks means ...
... the movie!! Ouch! The movie was good though and it was nice to have a mindless activity for a couple hours. We then walked back to the hostel to head to bed.
We asked what we should do tomorrow and it was suggested to go on the coastal walk. It takes three hours or so but you get to see all the local beaches and it's free! So we are off on another nature walk tomorrow morning.