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... of the arena. Then the Warrego Station people loaded their horses into a float and took off to the cold hills of Bogong Springs for a competition.
So we got to see horses with trick riders including two guys standing on two horses riding around the ring and jumping over small jumps of flames. There were horses herding cattle and brumbies and then they got into the legends stuff with some Banjo Patterson and Clancy of the ...
... to go and have a drink on the beach (Jonny has really wanted to do it) and it was such a great idea. We ended up having a few, and just sat on the sand watching the waves, just appreciating Byron and Australia in general. On our way back, Jonny smashed two of the beers hahah but it's just one of those things. By the time we got back to our room, it was around 10ish and although we were up for trying out this place, we were also quite tired so we decided to ...
Heavy rain again last night, this is becoming a habit! Anyway today we drive back to Cairns for our return trip to the family in Brisbane. It was suggested by our hosts at the motel that if we had a bit of time, that a visit to Barron Falls was well worth it, because of all the recent rain these falls are really spectacular. The drive down the coast was good, if a little damp. We had driven up ...
... from Surfers and it was like a mini Florida theme park. There was loads of characters dressed up, which obviously we had our photos taken with them. The rides were really good to, we both love a theme park so we were in our element as we haven’t been on a roller coaster in like foreverrrrr.
We also went to Wet 'N’ Wild which was amazing. It’s huge and there was so many water rides, it ...
... continued to berate the quality of the waitresses and I got into a long conversation with a couple of friendly brutes about rugby league (another common theme of our time in Australia). In keeping with the rest of this blog, I feel obliged to tell you what we ate that night. Helen served up a very nice dish that surprised me for two reasons; firstly because it contained pork (a meat that I've traditionally disliked) and secondly because it featured kiwifruit as a slightly ...