Urangan Motor Inn
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... We booked on the Fraser Explorer Premium Tour and the Whalesong Half Day Tour, for a cost of $520, and Pepper is booked in with Lynn of Super Pet Nanny (0437 732-188) for $35. Fraser Island was fantastic. We caught the barge at River Head, and visited..... The whale watching was the experience of a lifetime! On Monday 8th of Sept, we drove to Tin Can Bay and fed the dolphins. It didnt quite live up to our expectations. We then drove to Rainbow Beach and Inskip to look ...
... ocean every hour. We walked along the boardwalk next to the creek
and then jumped on our boogie boards and floated down the creek to the ocean.
It was very pretty with Mangrove trees overhanging the creek and big and small
fish darting around in the clear water.
The next morning we packed up our campsite and headed for
the ferry to take us back to the mainland and we continue on to Rainbow Beach.
... to the new mall include: 1) electric mobility carts are ever-present in numbers far greater than observed in other major population centres in Australia 2) personal grooming comes second to being covered in tattoos. Once the tattoos are paid for there is apparently nothing left in the budget for a haircut or visit to the dentist. From the mall, we headed down to the beach and a café we had visited ...
... 5 mins while they go out and pick the 1kg we ordered. Fresh from the paddock and they don't get any sweeter, except for the fact that they were washed down with Bundaberg creamy soda... Aghhhhh. The strawberries were ripe and were bulging so much, they nearly split. Soft and red. Sweetness. 1kg. Of course Olga then had to tell a story about her grandfather washing the strawberries back on their farm in Poland ...
... the whole night digging his elbows into my back. In the end i slept with dad. We We got up and packed up camp in the morning and headed off to the few lakes we hadn't seen. First we went to lake Birrabeen. it was so clear and the lake was held in by the dense rotting plant life on the lake ...