ONE of the many mistakes Australian travellers make is to assume wherever they go people will speak English.
SCOTT Wallace gave a loud guffaw when the Noosa News telephoned him to tell him of his nomination at a Local Legend.
DECONSTRUCTING food is becoming more and more popular, with ordinary items turning up on tables all over the country in a less-than-ordinary presentation.
THERE are no words, just pictures.
NOOSA epicurean enthusiasm has had a stamp of approval from the UK's Lonely Planet Traveller magazine, which rated Noosa as Queensland's food capital.
WE'VE all had bad restaurant experiences and griped about them.
MOST of us are seduced by the thought of a mini-break at an historic property: the allure of four poster beds and ornate fireplaces.
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