A Tropical Escape B&B
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... warned that we'd feel like that afterwards so prepared for it with good films and snacks. After the skydive day the rest of Mission Beach seems pretty tame; the following day, Saturday 4th, was spent lying on Bingil Bay beach with Georgia, Danielle, Chelsea and Sarah whilst the rest of our group went white-water rafting. I had the chance to partake but decided not to because 1. I have already done this in Europe and 2. I would like to keep all of my teeth right ...
... limp and a bandage! The next day we awoke very hungover and in pain, popped back up to the resort because Kate left her dress there (she must have left in only a bikini!). There were still people chilling around the pool, with a group of lads playing FIFA on a big screen by the bar... God knows when the owners were back in town! We then began our long journey down to Townsville to get to Magnetic Island, stopping off for a night in the absolute middle of nowhere in a small town near ...
... full of nervous first time jumpers it'd be a very different feeling! We approached the airfield and saw our plane which was tiny! It took us about 20 minutes to climb to the 14,000 feet we'd be jumping out of the plane from. We were sat strapped to our instructors with me and Dan sat right by the door which was open for much of our ascent. The view from the plane was so beautiful, the sea looked incredible and so turquoise! Eventually we got to the height ...
... his dream, being a castle themed tourist park. With minimal help and back breaking labour (he single handedly built 80% of it by his own hand!!), the complex opened to the public in 1935. Construction continued for another 20 years or more.
In it's day, the park was well ahead of it's time, being the only place in the area to have power, thanks to the first hydro-electricity generator in QLD. This power was used to light the park up ...
... accommodating to the kids just as their parents were to us adults. We had a great meal of fish, steak, salad, potato bake - these went well with the cocktails April was making, today was Annette's birthday so we also got a lovely cake. The night turned into morning creating new cocktails, 1am we pulled up stumps but we were not the last up. The days are warm now but the nights are still cold, I wont complain though because I know it's snowing on Barrington tops back home. AAB ...