Beachside Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we will get to seeing a whale on this trip. On the walk back to the cars Jimmy sets up a game to warm us all up. It was Australia's version of British bull dog so you had to run from one side to the other without getting caught. I took it a bit too seriously and ended up covered in sand from diving around but victorious! Next we drove down to a famous ship wreck that is half buried in the sand. Jimmy had told us some elaborate story involving drugs and mermaids ...
... that's tours for you). After a small jungle walk we proceeded to an activity many could not put on their life experience cv, being driven in a 4x4 bus on a beach considered officially a highway. That being said, after the initial 'wow' moment, it's kudos soon ran out and our tour seemed to stretch out its remaining more insignificant sites. Regardless of our desire to prove ourselves right to have not gone on a tour, we experience a very pleasant and surreal ...
... I made sure I bought the driest white possible and it was actually quite nice (with lemonade). Once sufficiently merry, I'd leave out the lemonade and the goon would taste just fine! You can't complain for $15 for five litres... SO. MUCH. ALCOHOL. We then spent the evening getting to know each other over beers and cards before an early(ish) night in preparation for our 6am start. Just from that evening, I knew we had a great group with great banter (mainly from ...
... into the wind. Emma made a valiant attempt while George, Allain and I were competent. Allain didn't say much, quietly. José confidently launched his into space, returning it only to the trees. Dave trained as a Marine biologist and became disillusioned whist ticking boxes for the energy industry who would destroy the areas that were subject his reports regardless of his recommendations. Our return walk was a guide through the flora and fauna, evolved to survive ...
... As we stepped outside, it was like stepping into a sauna. The humidity was unreal, but we were undeterred and selected 2 bikes to use for the day. We cycled, arrived on time only to find that they were sent to a different post office. Thank God we borrowed these bikes. Despite losing copious amounts of bodily fluid in sweat, it all felt worth it when we picked up and activated our new Australian Cards! In the grand scheme of things it's most certainly not a big deal, but it really ...