Shaws on the Shore
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... It was gorgeous! Open plan lounge/dining room/kitchen with balcony, two bedrooms, master with en suite and balcony and a main bathroom! After a few weeks of living out of one room, all this space felt awesome!!
We then went off to do some more exploring, before heading back and then heading out for some dinner. We found a little Latin place in one of the other bays and enjoyed a nice meal and a jug of sangria :)
... lacke macquenzie). I can tell you that a 14km drive without suspension when only driving 10km/h feels like forever, especially when sitting in the back, but this only made the place feel more like paradise. Sadly, this was our last stop. After three amazing days - I think I can say the best three days in Oz - it was time to return to Rainbowbeach. Luckily everyone was staying in Rainbow that night which resulted in a small afterparty. The next day was a sad day as it was time to ...
... for, I got to hold a snake! He was really soft :-) I made friends with a guy on the tour, Deon, as we were helping to take each others pictures. He gave me some tips on where to walk in the afternoon. I decided to take the long walk to The Forts (a lookout point that has something to do with the war!) and stopped by a few different bays on the way which were nice. The walk was difficult in the heat and I was glad when I reached The Forts. Jamie had told me to look ...
... day I have myself and the people I meet along the way. I couldn't be happier. I have not one single regret about the way things have turned out. I was never a believer that everything happens for a reason but after having the notion repeated endlessly over the past 12 months I'm starting to become a convert. Since moving home I'm closer than ever to my family. I've grown closer to my parents. One of the reasons I realise is that the last time I lived at home I was an ...
... spotted ray! The ray came so close to us at times which was quite alarming.
We then wanted to go to Picnic Bay but the bus and ferry times clashed so we only had time to ride the bus down to Picnic Bay and back again before getting the ferry back to Townsville.
We'd left enough of the day to make a dent in our 4h30 drive to Cairns so set off north towards Ingham. We'd looked up a ...