Latitude 16 Sunseeker Apartments
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- Microwave in room
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... and he said the pepper sauce was the best bit both times. I've suggested he stays away from the steak specials from now on. We left the boys and headed back to the hotel along the beach again. The sun came through again so we made the most of it and took our time walking back. It was still hanging out when we got back to our room so I did a quick change and rushed down to the pool. It was blissful heat for about an hour. We got to enjoy ...
Happy Mothers Day nearly everyone remembered it kids all rang. First job find station which was only across the road from Oaks. But we went left should have gone right but all is well in the end. Got down to the port and headed for the market ,really good one too. Seem to have a lot of really interesting stalls must have been about 120 I would have said more like one of our craft fairs. Had to put the bloke with the chocolate bananas right , they are not ...
... tubes of buoys and hanging nets to keep the offending creatures out. Creates a zoo-like experience for the humans, all of us within the nets and all of nature outside, hopefully catching the irony of being able to look in.
Lifeguards here are convinced that reports of people dying of heart attacks in places like Hawaii and other Polynesian islands are actually stinger stings. Some locals even ...
... went to our guide's home (Brandon), where he cooked up the snails and muscles, as well as a turtle dish with some other stuff'! The bowls were passed around for everyone to eat from the same spoon. Not my cup of tea! Jim tried everything, although he was not too fond of the 'turtle'?? dish. I enjoyed the freshly baked bread - I could tell what that was.
We then went into the Rainforest and had a real lunch at a centre operated ...
... and humidity up here in Northern Queensland was uncomfortable and we knew we wouldn't be able to stand it for long so thought it was wise to make our way out of the tropics. The challenge here is distances. You can drive all day and only move a few centimetres along the map! So off we went in Beaten-up Barry with no idea of where our next stop would be, but who cares, at least we have our bed with us!