Eden At Fogg Dam
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... over it though, a work in progress I feel! You have to pay for wifi here (not cool), so I bought 24 hours for $4 which allowed me to book my flight to Cairns. Today (Tuesday 4th) I discovered Coles, a supermarket which may save me life whilst I'm here in Oz. It's just like Tesco's or Sainsbury's back home...and they do packs of pasta for less than a pound wahoooo!! I can easily live off that every day! I've been ...
It was so good to see the coast again after weeks of dry country. The beaches around Darwin were beautiful, but unfortunately not for swimming, with stingers and regular croc sightings. The city has certainly made up for the lack of beach time by putting in lots of pools and waterparks. We went to the wave lagoon on the waterfront, which was great fun for the kids (and Gav) but also welcome relief on a 38 degree day.
It was a great surprise for ...
... say I am ready to make a move.
We are leaving a little bit before the job is actually finished but the team assured us that there were enough of them to finish things off. I want to get back to Yeppoon before the school holidays finish so I can have a bit of time with the kids before they have to go back to school.
Spent the morning calling family and catching up on the blog. Apologies for the spelling mistakes etc but sometimes the blog has a serious " go slow" and I forget to recheck the words and post the blog without realising all the mistakes and punctuation errors. I think you will just have to bear with that as it may not change and I don't think the blog is being marked!! Some of you have requested a look into the caravan so I have posted a few photos FYI!, We spent the late am and half ...
... set up a tent!!
Mary River is really nice and our first real exposure to wildlife. It's in the middle of nowhere, on the banks of the Mary River. A dingo and several wallabies welcome us to the park. Numerous cockatoos provide the sound track, squarking to each other from one tree to another. Later, as we sit outside eating dinner thousands of bats fly overhead, heading south, searching out meals for the night. This is definately the Australia we came to ...