Lamina Amour cottage [Review]
When I returned from overseas I had not yet decided what to do
next, and I found myself falling into old patterns. I headed to
Coochiemudlo Island (Queensland, Australia) to think and get myself
Coochiemudlo Island is not far from Brisbane city - a ferry from
Victoria Point to the island takes about 10 minutes. Vehicles can be
driven onto a barge, but the barge must be booked in advance.
Assorted farm animals can be found near Lamina Amour and the other
three Quirky Cottges nearby, including chickens, ducks (Mr and Mrs
Howell) and a donkey. A little white dog named Willy Wonka may make
an appearance, and curlews and kookaburras are abundant in the area.
The atmosphere is laidback. Walking around the island, it gives
the impression of a small summer holiday town from a non-jaded era.
Many of the cottages and creative touches around the island are
colourful, playful. It is a peaceful enough place to get away to on
one's own, but what I found here was that I wished for a group of
friends to get together at the cottage for dinner, drinks, music,
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