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... match) - including ourselves in the end who parked down for a couple of drinks and some food at the local pub. Horseshoe Bay, although fairly busy, wasn't the place to have a dance on the tables, knocking shots down our necks kind of night and thus we ended up getting the bus back to the hostel at around 10pm and tucking ourselves in for the night. We were originally under the impression that Magnetic Island, and especially our hostel having it's own bar, was going to ...
... here. If not, we will head off again to somewhere a bit quieter. The pool is quite lovely (when there are no screeching kids in there!) We will make our way slowly home from here, staying a few days here and there. Sorry I don't have anything exciting to report but things are a bit quiet on the home front at the moment. When Ray feels better, hopefully we will start doing some interesting things ...
... we have the next 3 weeks to settle into it just being us 2 again and hopefully the transition will make it easier to say our real goodbyes! It really is the hardest part of travelling having to say goodbye to people but this is ten times worse and its emotionally drained me and Liam more than I would like to admit but we have to keep going onwards and upwards donning our backpacks again to travel onto Cairns and then to begin our next big adventure across Oz in our hired ...
... het heerlijke winter weer :-)
We hebben na het success van gisteren weer een ananas gekocht ...jesus die zijn echt lekker. Toen was het tijd om een mooie fles Champagne te openen die we bewaard hadden mocht Nederland wereld kampioen worden....helaas had hem liever Maandag ochtend geproefd. Morgen de troost finale voor Oranje... laatste keer vroeg opstaan.
Lot's of love/Groetjes,
Shirley and Mark
... to be about at the hostel that evening so I spent the evening looking up prices for flights to Perth and Hobart , whilst enjoying a cheeky cider of course.
About 9 I headed to bed and the room was freezing, the cabins were cool, nice, however to allow us to “be at one with nature” the walls were garden trellace with mosquito nets, so breezy indeed, and we could hear the noise of animals all night including kookaburras and ...