'Remember how we had to do square dancing in school?,' Peter and l laughed as we asked the same question of each other at exactly the same moment! We were watching a program featuring actress Caroline Quentin visiting Loch Lomond and the Trossachs in the South West of Scotland. She was learning to dance the Scottish Cèilidh or Kaley and, although it looked like great fun, it reminded both of us how much we had disliked the dancing classes when we were still in school.
On our way driving from Brisbane to our Noosa holiday destination last week, we stopped at Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast for a bite to eat. We'd been travelling since 9am and the 'food' served on the flight did little to fill our bellies. Surveying the various restaurants and cafés along the Esplanade, the menu at Hot Pipis caught our attention.
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