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Travel Blogs from Townsville
... as a preliminary game to the Cowboys tonight. In a previous life I was
the president of the North’s Junior Rugby league Club for 3 years. In
that time we built the club house and turned a profit. Yes I instigated
the bar for the parents, who would have guessed that?
The traffic to get home from the game was like being in the Gateway Car Park
heading north of an afternoon.
It took 45 minutes just to get out of the Car
... is national park and with huge rocky granite boulder outcrops and 20 bays make for a stunning coastline. It is also a wildlife sanctuary and has a large population of koalas. But there is a resident population of about 3000. If they don't have a business on the island or work in one of the numerous hotels or resturants they commute to Townsville to work - which is easy as there are a number of ferries each day.
... get behind the scenes. We got back to Jody's house at about five o'clock. A great big fun day that started from nothing at all. PS We are amazed at the sort of things that happen on a day that was planned to do nothing! ...
... everyone ran over to have a look!
We decided before we even arrived that we had to have our pictures taken with the resident koalas. Mine was so cute! The woman told me the koalas had actually been taught to look in a certain direction and just after I had had my picture taken, my one turned its head around and had a good old look at me, I’m sure it was what you would call ‘a moment’ lol But it did mean that I sneakily got to spend more time with ...
... Thank goodness the picnic backpack is loaded as they finish all 6 mandarins within the first 2 hours onboard!!! We'll only arrive on Brisbane tomorrow around 1:30pm, so its almost 24hrs on the train. Can't believe its almost the end of this trip. The train trip is very relaxing with beautiful scenery. Its a great way to conclude this leg of our travels!!! Until next ...