Paradise Hotel & Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Mount Gower
Mount Gower is the tallest peak on the island, towering at an impressive 875m above the sea. Many consider this to be one of the best day walks in the whole of Australia. This amazing hike is a challenging eight hours, but the views are well worth it.
... best beaches of swimming on the island. It is an idyllic spot close to the main settlement of Kingston. Here you will find a pine-backed strand of perfect golden sand, with calm waters that provide a safe and sheltered swimming spot.
This is a quiet and beautiful beach to visit for a picnic or to sunbathe on the sand. This is an idyllic spot where you ...
Today went for my morning JafaJolt and met Ralph and his Family having breakfast next table to me. Graham came over and Introduced himself and I ended up going over to their Farm where we exchanged story's and new. Ralph is 91 years young , with a sharp wit and still working his Farm helped by his Daughter Joyce and never bored. He came here from NZ in 1944 working for Air force which had an Refueling point at the Island for the Pacific war ...
... after the Mutiny. The Bounty left England in December 1787 to go to Tahiti to pick up breadfruit plants and take them to the West Indies so they could become a cheap source of food for the slaves. For a month they tried to round the Cape Horn, but bad weather stopped them, and eventually they turned around and headed east, rounding the Cape of Good Hope and crossing the width of the Indian Ocean, reaching Tahiti ten months after setting out. They then spent five months ...
The mornings Workshop was an intermediate cha cha routine that Bernie and I found very challenging.
Drove to Mount Pitt where we observed the wonderful sights from the look out.
Captain Cook monument, where we saw the people from NSW. Barney was the mum! What a woman, there she was (I believe she ...