Holidays is still on and lately I have been visiting the small, but beautiful places in the area. Cleveland point, Redland bay, Stradbroke island, Peel island are some of the places I love going to and just relax and enjoy life. Two new places I have visited is Wellington point an Victoria point. The points have fantastic views over the ocean and small beaches, but they also leads to very small islands. This weekend we visited Wellington point. We had to go in the morning because when the tide is low, you can walk over to the island on the sand that is normally covered of water. So we did walk over to King island, as it's called. It's a very, very small island without anyone living there, but back in time a family on 7 actually lived there. The father in the family had to row in his small boat to the mainland everyday for work. It's a very nice walk over to the island. Another thing that stole my attention was all these small crabs. You could see the everywhere, and when you walked they were fast to hide in their whole in the sand. Imagine running on the sand and thousands of crabs running to hide.
Today I visited Victoria point and took the ferry over to Coochie island. This is a bigger island and people are living on it, but it's still small enough that I walked all around it. The people on the island have the most adorable and messy houses. I walked across the island and followed the forest down to the beach. Then I walked all along the beach to where I began. I saw some pretty details on the island and I just had a very great day walking there and look at these small things that you normally ignore.