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Only stayed here one night but clean spacious apartment right near the beach. All the equipment and facilities you could want and excellent value for money.
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... the purveyors of the frozen, then reheated, sh#t.
When you go to the Tourist Info Centre and ask the local guide about their exotic food trail or wildlife heaven…etc. If, as a response to that, you get a blank face and "Where did you get this from?" or "We have none of that, but let me ask," you feel a bit let down. But it is common in these parts.
So, if you are a traveler, read the brochure with some scepticism and try to develop ...
... from town to town or state to state or tourist destination to
another, our intention is to be conscious of crossing each Nation of our First
Peoples. To be respectful of the land, the spirit, the ancestors, the Elders,
the culture and do no harm but instead listen and learn and grow. Australia is
a big land mass and is made up of so many different Aboriginal Nations.
Aunty Bea calls in spirit to keep us safe as we cross
Country. We stand in ...
I really couldn't be bothered this morning so I went downstairs and checked out then went back to the room, luckily the people in the room wasn't fussed about me staying in there a bit longer, I got breakfast then came back and chilled for a bit before taking my bag down to the luggage room, my bus wasn't until 5.30 so I went to the beach again and listened to my music, when I started to get hungry I want and got some lunch and brought the anklet I really liked, of course I put ...
... are empty of wine you can blow them up like balloons. You see some of the tramps doing it, and the word goon means pillow in aboriginal language.) Anyways we played a couple of games before I went off and skyped Callum and then moseyed along to bed. Lesson was at 8am today, so had to get up a bit earlier. Had my breakfast and then headed off to get my wetsuit on. Got down to the sea and after warming up and going over our pop ups we got in the sea. Waves were ...
... told they were lucky and usually saw lots of whales, usually popping in and out of the water. 10 mins into the journey and Gav spotted a whale which we persued for pretty much the whole journey. It wasn't jumping about, much to Gavs disappointment! We also saw a mini pod of 3 whales, 2 adults and a baby. They kept popping up and splashing their tails about but again no jumping. We enjoyed our trip but wished they were splashing about. Maybe next ...