Arcadia Village Motel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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So after 4 and a half months of being isolated with a bunch of the best people we could have ever met, we've had to say goodbye and it’s now just me and Liam back on the road again. It literally feels so strange to be the two of us when we are so used to just walking into the kitchen at the farm for a chat or sitting out on the grass on an …
... br style="font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Right now we are lying in the hammocks waiting for the bus to the ferry port where we will get another Greyhound down to Airlie Beach.
... hash browns.
Went to catch the bus back to the hostel, but had to wait and hour as the bus service isn't great.
When we got back to the tent we both had showers then went to make tea. There was a bbq we could use which was useful. Though it took a while to find the light switch.
Kangaroo steaks were really nice. Ended up having 2 each as I though they were really thick, but we're just tightly packed ...
... festival was a massive let down with the only resemblance of it being a few beer specials in one of the bars, however this may be due to the fact that it was a Sunday and thus the festival's biggest nights were probably Friday and Saturday. The rugby grand final was also on and therefore most people were more concerned with watching this than anything else (one lady begun closing her shop whilst we were in it whilst telling us to hurry up as her husband 'needed' to ...
... food court for the famous Tony’s
Roast Pork and gravy sandwich with crackling. YUMMO.
We went to the Cowboys Vs Sea Eagles NRL game tonight. It was a great game, the
final score was Cowboys 30 and the Sea Eagles 16.
Bronwyn and I were season ticket holders for the Cowboys from their 2nd year of
inception when we lived in Townsville for 16 years.
Tonight was a walk down memory lane. The North’s devils ...