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The accommodation was cheap so not the best quality but for what i had planned i didn't need a flash hotel. the apartment was equipped with everything I needed.
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Arriving at my destination: Day 2 I arrived at my accommodation. I checked in and got up to my room, it was just average nothing special. It was fairly clean but very old fashioned. I walked through the hotel and went outside to the pool, it was well looked after but nothing that I wouldn't see in the Gold Coast. There was a cool breeze …
... restaurants and shops were closed at 8. We didn't have a very nice hostel, it was messy and noisy. We struggled to sleep both nights we were there and were quite happy to leave! We arrived in Airlie Beach this morning after a 10 hour overnight bus ride (wasn't too bad). It's nice here with lots more going on than in Agnes Water, lots of shops, restaurants and ...
... Position... great little Safety Devise and you can choose to make your tracks public...here is the link.... https://go.spidertracks.com/fleetpro/pu blic/heinzpeier/ Here in the North is is Wet Season and later in the afternoon the huge CB emptied right over Broome with lots of Wind and plenty of Water... glad I securely Tied down my little Red ...
I don't think any of us have been so unimpressed with waking up than today. Chirpy 18 year old Rupert came charging round the cabin at 7am insisting that breakfast was ready and we were all to get up. None of us broke a smile until about 2 hours later. Our faces were a picture. Breakfast was average, purely because we were too tired to open our mouths and feed ourselves. Serious Skipper Dave informed us of a morning of snorkelling and to get all of our stuff ...
... is Mareeba Reserve. As we reached it we saw the sign saying it is closed for the 'Wet', re-opening in April. Ah well, that made the decision for us, into new territory and perhaps come past Mareeba on our return.
We did call into the Pioneer Museum in Herberton which was well worth a visit if only to see the printing machine, a Linotype, called the Eighth Wonder of the world by Thomas Edison, as it revolutionised the printing process by replacing the need for hand ...