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... much, whereas in Cairns we wanted a bit of a holiday in nice weather. So our second day (first full in Surfers) we headed off to Sea world using the local bus system. Glad to be out of the fairly horrific and basic hostel we had booked, we set off early. Most of our day we arranged around the shows, and in-between we rode roller-coasters and visited the animals. The pictures show most of our day, and there's no point talking you through 3 days in theme ...
... but it's the teens and white is in, not to mention the flexibility in colours that we can use in it when the base is white.
The water tanks were scary...One had a hole in it with what looked like gecko's living in it, the other had a rat's nest on top. the pipes were coated in yuck and it is quicker, easier and cleaner just to replace them so we have. and in the process add something pretty ...
Arrived into Surfers mid afternoon, and had to wait around at the bus stop for a while until the shuttle came to get us. I was staying in Surf n' Sun hostel, which was a pretty small and family run place. It was about 2 minute walk straight to the beach and 10 minutes to all the shops. Once I had checked In and been given the tour around the hostel, I found Carly and Britny laying around the pool, good to see some people you know. I dragged Britny ...
... and I pitched my tent in the middle of the roadway and hoped no late-arriving caravanner would plough thru me. It was a very congenial Happy Hour until Swannee started whinging about everything that's not available in Oz – he goads, ridicules and taunts – he really is a belligerent ****-head! He'd obviously had a gutful of gin, he made one veiled threat to me and another physical one… so he’s ...
... it became a +4 hour travel day.
Once you leave the main road, the Carnarvon Highway, there is a picturesque 39klm road, gravel and black-top, to the Gorge. We are finally into travel and exploration mode, away from the main byways and ready to explore an area we had never been. Takarakka is a private lodge and campsite on the edge of the Carnarvon National Park. It is really a wonderful spot for ...
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