We revisited Wellington Point for the second time, picnicking by the beach with Adam, Lin, Farah and Muzammail. Before that, we made our first trip to Kidspot's Baby and Kids Market at Nudgee, bought a few toys for the kiddos and feeling a bit disappointed that most of the clothes on sale were pinkish-girlish. Oh well, looking at the bright side, it's a good way to control our expenditure! But then, we went to DFO and grabbed myself another Skechers... So to date, I have 3 Skechers shoes which I don't wear as often as I should. Not feeling very proud of myself... *shakes head in despair*
Anyway, enough about shopping - the topic for this post is King Island. I was very determined to walk to King Island this time around, even if I have to do it on my own! So that means, Hasben had to entertain the kiddos with their sandcastles and sea-splashing, alone! Bye boys!
I walked along the sand pathway, only visible during low tide and was not sure how long it took. With my big belly, I was practically aching everywhere on both legs. It did not seem as close as it was from Wellington Point. The journey was 2KM round trip and provided me a month worth of exercise!
Walking towards King Island.
A perfect spot to dip me tired feet...
But I enjoyed the walk, with the lovely sea breeze and the alone time. Had a few selfies... And when no one was around, used the timer to take my own picture on the island itself.
So one of my Brisbane's Island Bucket List has been accomplished. I have many more to go. For now, I can tick off: Coochie, St Helena, North Stradbroke and King Islands.
Going back to Wellington Point, where Hasben was waiting to tell his 'adventures' with the boys.