In the morning we went out with dad and uncle mark. We drove to a car ferry and went across to beach that takes you to Fraser Island. We drove along the sand where we saw lots of colourful sand dunes. We stopped and climbed up one of them. The sand looked like it was freshly fallen snow, there were big rocks that were hard but they came apart when you scraped them. We went into a gorge made of red sand almost redder then the desert sand. Then we drove for about ten minutes we saw there was some rain coming the clouds were getting very dark. We stopped and did one more walk before the rain came. When we were about 2 minutes on the walk we got hammered by the rain. Dad went all the way to the top of the dune so he had to sprint down when the rain came. We were all drenched and covered in wet sand we drove up the rest of the beach and stopped at Rainbow Point and looked at Fraser Island. Then we drove to a small town and had lunch at a bakery. Finally some food! Then we rushed back down the beach because we were going to be late for my surf lesson, we got hammered by the rain again and it was worse this time we couldn't see a thing it was that heavy. When we got back to the ferry we got on and then the ferry driver had to go to the toilet, because of that I was a bit late for my surf lesson. I had my third surf lesson at Noosa. First I got my board, it was a smaller board this time. We practised paddling on the sand and went over safety issues before going into the water. When I hit the water I paddled out and my teacher pushed me onto a wave, but I fell off. Then I paddled back out and I caught it all the way to the shore. A little later I tried some by myself most of them I failed but the last one I caught it. I did lots of paddling out into the waves and quite a few times I got smashed. By the end my arms were exhausted but I still enjoyed it. I was happy with the waves I caught by myself. The next morning we packed everything up and started the drive toward home. When we left Noosa Nana and Uncle Mark headed for home and we headed to Lightning Ridge.