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It's a while since I wrote a post so here an update We are in Maroochydore at the moment working for Steak it. Last week we worked at the Sails festival in Redcliff and also at the Ocean street world festival. It was very busy as it was the Easter weekend... Kim and me bought ourselves an Easter bunny for old times sake haha Ah and we didn't get the packing job :( But today we phoned a working hostel ...
... made some noodles and swapped on of the beds so he had an entire bunk. For some reason the hot water tap was outside… So had to go through the rain to fill the noodle pots up! Went back to the room after that as where we were was getting a bit busy, and a lot louder from the Tv!
Sat in the room, somehow the internet reached! We listened to the sounds of heavy rain for a while, it was quite nice.
Went and had showers then watched a film in ...
... snakes. You definitely would not want to cross any of those whilst here!! Fingers crossed we won't. We also got the luxury of visiting the animal hospital next to the zoo. We saw some of the operating rooms where they treat the animals. It was a very interesting visit. Steve opened it in memory of his mum, who loved animals just as much as him. So basically we had the most fantastic day ever! And it's not a surprise that I took a million ...
... of young German lads and they had spent 2 hours the day before prepping their dinner (sower crought and potatoes) ready for Christmas. In contrast there were a table full of Irish just up the path who were smashed with no sign of dinner more a liquid lunch I would have said. We sat there trying to take it all in, but I think it won't be till a few months after we get back will the enormity of this trip be truly apparent. We headed back to the hostel and rang ...
Then we drove down the sunshine motorway back to Moloolaba
to check out the local shops by the beach. We may have missed something when
there the first time.
Funny thing was we parked next to a blue commie.This is
another one of those holdens which shouldn’t have been allowed to be painted in
ford blue. Honestly they’re everywhere here, which is a reflection of
Australians lack ...