Tropic Towers Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... where you were able to drive 4X4's and camp with a big group of people. I first had to travel to Rainbow Beach and stayed in a very pleasant hostel. Randomly, the girl in my hostel room was also previously in my hostel room in Noosa. This kept happening throughout the East coast; people just pop up and the coincidences are very common. After a few nights drinking at the hostel (yes, there was a kareoke night and yes, I got involved singing 4 songs on my own...!), I met the group ...
... lady with a nearly wonderful name of Abbey (so close to being perfect.) In our group of ten other travellers we were taken north up the Eastern Coast, witnessing some incredible beaches, islands and wildlife along the way. Upon arrival at the rainforest, we embarked upon a cruise along the Daintree river in search of Crocodiles! After a mere 2 minutes we had seen our first one, a 4.5 metre male by the name of Scarface. This 60 year old croc was to be the ...
... that you couldn't actually swim in the sea at all in Cairns, it's full of salt water crocs, unpredictable currents as well as being fairly grim so we headed down to the 'lagoon'. We imagined this to be some kind of natural pool with a waterfall, in fact it was just a man made, outdoor swimming pool in the centre of the city but it was actually a really nice place to chill out with loads of free bbq areas and free wifi! We sunbathed, tested out our ...
... About 100 kms or so after the Queensland border my TomTom app on my iPad indicated we were to turn left to drive north toward Gergory Downs - it indicated that Karumba was 600 kms away. Immediately the whole thing felt wrong and I began to doubt. It all felt too remote and without phone signal and any other form of communication I was worried. I ignored the doubts, brushed them away staying focused and determined to get to destination, so ...
... a public holiday and no clinic and hospital was mobbed so we had to drive until we could get his leg some attention.
It ended up being a 346 km drive to Georgetown which was not a planned destination BUT we just got to the hospital in time and the nurse was an angel and looked after Rick for the next fours and insisted he waited till the Flying Doctor had a look and gave him the all clear.
Undarra is planned for our next trip!!!!!
The drive to Georgetown on ...