Itara Apartments Townsville
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... seen me the day before. Together we made our way to the harbour depart our boat with the beautiful name 'Spank me', a boat that once had won a big Ozzie sailing competition. After a short briefing we left for our two days, two nights trip. It was beautiful, most people on our boat were great, the evenings were fun, (with ofcourse some Goon, I sort of start to like it, but maybe that's just because it's the only alcohol I can really afford) the snorkeling was beautiful and the food ...
... sea because I didn't fancy being stung by a jellyfish haha. I also booked by bus to Ayr in the evening. Waking up at 7am (Wednesday 12th) is never great, except for when you are travelling to Magnetic Island & visiting a koala sanctuary! It may have cost me around $80 for the whole trip, but it was more than worth it! I was in a group of around 12 people (mostly couples as per usual), and the tour was 2 hours long...luckily the cutest American ever was our tour guide! ...
... the highway and tropical rainforest shrouding the hillsides.
After toileting, feeding and setting up camp we did a nice little 3.2km walk up to a look out to see the Jourama Falls.
On Monday we had a pleasant drive up to the Atherton Tablelands going through the village towns of Ingham, Cardwell, Australia's wettest town in Tully ...
... done! After about 30 minutes we got to the end of the path and on to the stairs part of the walk. At this point we bumped into a French guy staying in the same dorm room as Andrea and myself and asked him if he'd seen a koala yet (expecting him to say no). It turned out however he had already seen 2...we obviously weren't trying hard enough. We headed on up the stairs and made it to the top of the Fort (still yet to see a koala). The view however was spectacular. Like I said you ...
... space on The Strand with a view to sitting in a park with our books for the last hour or so of sunshine. Adam hopped out of the van and opened the slidey side door to get his book. Then the door fell off. The lad might have some big guns on him, but a short inspection in between fits of giggles revealed the incident was nothing to do with brute force. The door was, in my mechanical opinion, knackered. The top end was hanging off its rails and after a bit of fiddling around the bottom ...