almost happy new year - noosa part 2

Almost Happy New Year to every-one. I can't believe I've managed to go a week without posting. It's been quiet in blogland with most of my favourite bloggers taking a break for Christmas. It's back to work for me next week so I thought I may as well get back into my normal routine.

I drove back from Brisbane in driving rain on Monday. It was challenging doing the 12 hour journey in 1 hit and I'm so glad I stopped to take photos on the journey north because there was no point stopping on the way home. Since I've been back I've started sorting the 2009 photo files and the piles of paper that accumulate by magic and yes, that was the sound of a vacuum cleaner you heard from my place at 8.00 a.m. before heading to a cycle class. Tomorrow I'm going to tackle the bathroom before the gym class - one of the benefits of being an early riser I guess.

I'm going to leave you with a few more images of Noosa. These were taken a week ago before the rain set in. My friends rent a beachfront apartment every year at Christmas and it's now a tradition that I meet them there for lunch. I was waking so early we decided to meet for a walk to Hell's Gate in the Noosa National Park before having a late breakfast/brunch.

This was the view we had on our walk and if you look really closely you can see some young lads who were harvesting rock oysters. We waited and watched them hard at work and I stopped to take a few photos.

Once we showered and changed it was time for brunch at bistro c. I had the scrambled eggs on toast with a side order of mushrooms. I figured after a 7 kilometre hike I had earned a hearty breakfast.

As you can tell I really love Noosa and although I'm a Brisbane girl through and through, I've never ever stayed at Noosa. I'll have to rectify my error soon. The first time I stepped foot on Hastings Street I was 16 and I've been a fan of Noosa ever since. I've stayed at Caloundra and Coolum on the Sunshine Coast on a few occasions and although we always holidayed at the beach, we were a Gold Coast Family, more specifically a Broadbeach/Kurrawa Family.

That's enough waffling from me so I'll close here. I hope you all enjoyed spending time with your families during the holiday season. Enjoy your New Year Eve celebrations, however you choose to spend them and I'll be back in 2010!


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