Classique Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... climbed up the track to the top. We drove on to Townsville stopping temporarily at the world most expensive fruit stall. We finally reached Jody just on dark. Great to see some more friends. ...
... heading back to the camper we headed up to Castle
Hill where it seemed all of Townsville uses after work to do their exercise.
There are no foot paths and there are cars and people going up the narrow windy
2.9km road to the lookouts. Castle Hill has an elevation of 286m, it is a
natural reserve right in the centre of Townsville and looks like a rock jutting
out of the ground, with houses built in to the sides of it.
Many new roads and freeways are ...
... to get an 'Au natural’ food mud spa whilst we were out in the paddocks planting pumpkins but it was a squeamish feeling to have it squelching between my toes! We treat ourselves to an evening of playing cards and drinking goon (a very cheap boxed Aussie wine, otherwise known as ‘Chateaux Cardboard’ lol) I think it had been a particularly stressful day with Graham being in one of his farmer moods, where everything we did was wrong for the entire day! That ...
... one morning, I'll drive the support vehicle. The view from top is really fantastic . Thur What a great day , one of the best we have had. Started at. 0600 with kath going off to conquer the mountain. I dropped her at the bottom. And drove to the top. It was surprising how many people were doing it. There were all sorts young , old, fat, thin, male,female, fit and not so fit with and without their dogs.some running, ...
... to kangaroos too, I'd not expected them to be so little in comparison but it was really sweet. I decided to walk back from seeing the wallabies and do one of the walking tracks enroute to the hostel that went to the forts. Some structures that still existed after WW2 and then there were numerous lookout points along the way. I walked most of it but then being here and going to millions of lookout points does catch up with you so in the end I got bored of the view that ...