BEST WESTERN The Stirling Rockhampton
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... shopping. The shopping trip produced a necklace similar to one I had been lusting over since Singapore and the realization that I cannot rock the high-waisted bathing suit. If I had zero percent body fat it would have looked fabulous! After scouring all the shopping corners of Arlie Beach we returned to the car and made our way to Mackay. We arrived in Mackay not a minute too soon for my full bladder and ...
... covered head to toe in mozzi bites, with the newest irritations driving me mad. Plonking back in the shade, Poppy knew exactly why I hadn't gone in, recognising my scouting and prodding techniques at the waters edge. I sat & enjoyed watching Andy with his practise, hoping to get the money shot of his triumphant tricks. Sasha returned after her lone wave bashing, leaving the boys with their toys to master the waves. Turning to watch Ashleigh demonstrate a new braid style, I heard ...
... with the girls getting on together taking their arty photo shots by the poolside. Sash soon whisked Ash away home, leaving us alone to enjoy our evening's luxury break, once the sun had dipped casting shadows around the pool we retreated to our room. We could just see the chapel top from our spot, taking pops for a tour of the grounds strolling pass the cute church and to the bridge out to the beach. There was a steep sand dune crescent down to the shore, in turn ...
... br> Rockhampton is situated on the east of the Great Dividing Range on the Fitzroy River, inland from Yapoon. It is a beautiful city with lots of beautiful old Queenslander homes. There is a huge cattle sale yard at Gracemere and there are many statues of cattle in Rockhampton, they love their cattle here. We went to the Archer Park Rail Museum and had a ride on ...
... other mechanics eyes lit up. He excitedly spent told me everything I needed to know about getting there. We soon moved on to talking about 4 wheel drives and Fraser Island and about 20 minutes later I was on the move. Id have just enough time to get to the shops for food and get to the camping site at Nine Mile Beach before dark.
Before too long I was in the Byfield National Park and confronted with the toughest sand-driving I’ve sen yet. The bloke told me about ...