All Seasons Country Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... anyway? Wrapping themselves in a cocoon of their own wings is pretty cool, but the hanging thing. When and why did that become a species wide operation? Just imagine going pee pee in the night, that’s just not going to go well is it.
There were hundreds, possibly close to thousands in there. Almost every tree had a good 10 or 20 making home of the higher branches. It was best when I could see them opening their wings and see ...
... over broken glass and Doritos would be able to creep) over to the goanna's tree. I did manage to get some good photos and a decent video too. But I stood there staring at it afterwards. It was so curiously coloured. A grey black with yellow stripes and dots. It was kind of like someone had painted it with morse code. Particularly on the legs. I am just guessing here, but I don’t thing they’re venomous. If I came across a snake ...
Another ridiculously hot day today. Lizards love it; I've seen a few running about. They eat the watermelon left over in the skin, which is good because it brings them in and lets me see them! I think they enjoy the heat more than me though.
We are on the afternoon break now; we always break after lunch and don't do much until after about 3.30.
This morning was brush cutting, it’s basically a strimmer but with a metal disk instead of a wire. ...
... bush it was closing ceremonies of the afternoon rest period, all of which I wasted getting lost. I mean, exploring. So straight back to work, this time it was mending a fence railing of the horse arena. This wood proved to be made of a mixture of Wolverine’s bones, Frodo’s armor vest and Thor’s hammer. But like a baby with your most prized position, I smashed through it eventually. Breaking a drill bit and bending a few nails in the process. ...
After breakfast we decided to go to Tuncurry and fish off the break wall. It was very hot and you could see the fish swimming in the clear water. A younger couple fishing next to us were catching all manner of small fish - flathead, bream and whiting - again using worms as bait. Annette was using either prawns, chicken or mullet and while the fish were happily nibbling nothing took the offered bait. Doug ...