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... grass they seemed to think it was good to lay Bindii's everywhere. That being said Michelle was lucky enough to come across a very long but thin snake. I missed out seeing him as I was trying to find a geocache in a rock wall.
As it was 35 degrees we decided to have a look around from the comfort of an air conditioned car. We attempted to drive around the dam but the roads were closed as there was a lot of construction going on. Next to ...
... breeze. Lovely!!
The caravan park is very busy with lots of families in tents and camper trailers, obviously here for the week-end. The owner told us that there will be 50 departures tomorrow.
Later that night, after watching a movie and settling down to sleep, the wind picked up considerably. It kept us awake for a while and then we heard a lot of commotion as other campers around us started ...
... of the 3 we had originally planned for - we really enjoyed this little town and we’ll certainly be back - one day!
Stop #5: Lake Tinaroo
From Cooktown we came back south… only because there’s no where else to go unless you want to visit Cape York on very corrugated roads - that will be for another time. As usual, we were undecided as to our next stop and ended up at Lake Tinaroo on the Atherton Tablelands. It’s ...
... br> To be continued....
We waren weer vroeg op voor de wedstrijd Brazilie-Nederland. Leuke wedstrijd en geode winst voor Nederland.
We zijn na het ontbijt gaan vissen , grappig was dat een kind van 6 jaar naast ons een kanjer van een flathead viste en alle andere vissers op het strand het schaamrood op de wangen bracht. Klein jochie was ape trots. Kort erna had ik een kleine vangst.
... 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 ...