Our Motel apartment consisted of a large living area, with cooking facilities, a bedroom and a large bathroom. Just a few meters away were the swimming pool, with a fully equipped BBQ. Luxury lad pure luxury!
We done our post carding (writing and posting), we ate out and cooked in, on the BBQ and the induction hob (great invention, but boy do they heat up quick).
The first lunch time we ate at a fish restaurant, purporting to be the oldest in Noosa, Maisies. I had grilled squib and Linda deep fried calamari rings and chips (both tender and juicy not the rubber things that often come onto your plate disguised in inedible batter.
I remember eating at the Yatch Club the last time I was here, but the motel manager warned us that it had gone downhill and was only good for a drink on the veranda. That evening it came across very dark (no not the sun sinking over the horizon dark, because then it is still quite light, this was the darkness and stillness that pre-empts a tropical storm, the heavens opened. It was, as we later found out just the tail end of a much larger storm that had deluged Brisbane and the Gold Coast. We decided to take our lives in our hands and race across the street to an Italian restaurant that done take-aways, so we settled on a pizza Margarita to share between the two of us, I am not a great fan of the pizza Hut or frozen style pizzas but if properly made (like my footy mate Marino does) then they are one of the better fast food options. This was very nice, thin crisp bottom and not too much tomato sauce and fresh tomato and basil topping.
We had lunch at one of the many restaurants selling fresh cooked fish, 2 nice battered fish (crisp batter not at all thick and the fish perfectly cooked). We only had 1 portion of chips between us we being very good. I washed mine down with a ginger ale (Bunderberg of course)
There was a couple of birds posing!
We walked until we came to the camp site that I had stayed at the last two times I had been here, we had a couple of drinks at one of the many cafes and then decided to head home and cook our evening meal.
BBQ on and before you could say Jack Robinson (who was that chap?) we had our evening meal, really very tasty as it was washed down with a glass or two of Aussie Pink.
We decided to have breakfast, I had seen the day before that this particular restaurant had Lambs fry breakfast on the menu, I ordered it. Linda ordered a bacon and egg toasted sandwich.
After that I decided to head off for my Siesta and Linda to do some more shopping!
She had bought some very nice Lamb and mint kebabs and green asparagus, we made the rest of the salad adding some of the tasteless melon that we had bought (forgot to mention that). We got the induction hob out , boy are they quick, I am seriously thinking of getting a one, but will I need new pots and pans?
We finished of a bottle of Aussie pink and settled down to watch "The Big Bang Theory". Some things never change, though I shall be glad when the new series starts.