Marlin Waters Beachfront Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... Chocolate cake was my choice obviously! We sat at our table for a while whilst the food went down and decided we didn't fancy the walk home. We asked at the reception desk to be called a taxi and there was one there straight away for us. It was also a lot cheaper than we expected! So a good night all round for us. We went back to the hostel and I face timed 3 people before going to bed...we were all ...
... I'm taking more this trip than normal for a couple of different reasons. First, I will be staying longer in each place, so I don't have to shuffle so much around, and I'm having to take some equipment for Yoga, and for the camping trip to the Outback.
Dennis and I had a nice drive to CLT, eating lunch along the way. I still tried to talk him into going,....but he said that there was no way he could fly for 20 hrs. (I get that!). ...
... and we were worried if there was going to be room to empty the car and van and repack. Luckily, there had been a cancellation and we ended up with an enormous powered site that gave us all the space we could want, including room for unpacking the self inflating mattress to make sure it was OK. Phil had a couple of cooking days and we have plenty of vacuum packed meals in the freezer. We have checked all our equipment, transferred the Efoy to the car to keep the ...
The roads between Croydon and Mt Garnet are mostly single lane rough edge bitumen with gravel either side to get off when passing other vehicles. That means the double decker cattle truck in front was wide enough to be raising a dust cloud just by having its wheels right on each side of the hard surface. To pass it was not an option as firstly it was scary and second, the cattle would have had a sitting target beneath them ...
We left Adelaide and headed to Broken Hill, an old favourite but after one night we were on the road again to Cobar, Bourke and Cunnamulla. Next day was Charleville and then Roma, Emerald, Charters Towers, Townsville, Mission Beach and then Palm Cove.
So nothing to report on the long journey, over 10 days, easy, nice and with the trailer we couldn't go "off road" too much, so really uneventful and some days just too hot to pitch the tent, so we "glamped" ...