BEST WESTERN Cattle City Motor Inn
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... out of there. It was so addictive. Frontwards, backwards, belly up, belly down. I was pretty careful to observe the etiqutte so that I wouldn't make a complete tool of myself. I waited till the slide was clear to the first bend before launching myself. I've learnt that little kids don't go as fast as big kids. The momentum is just not there. I totally underestimated where the preceding kids were and cleaned up five or six on ...
From Airlie Beach we headed out nice and early to attempt to make Bundaberg before dusk. Idea being we would reach Bundaberg just in time for our Turtle Exploration on the nearby protected beaches (more later). It was quite fitting that one of the first roads we passed was titled "Rise and Shine Road". A long 10 hour journey as you can imagine is about as much interest as what this blog could potentially offer ...
... she was satisfied with her work and she used nature's brightest light, the full moon, to guide her right then left flipper back to the ocean. It was a moonlit encounter we won't soon forget. We returned to the bus to and made our way home the bus driver reminding us how lucky we had been to not have to wait at all to see one of Mother Nature's spectacular shows. We feel asleep that night exhausted and so grateful for all the diverse sights we have been privileged to see in our ...
... what I was up to and took over with the salmon, leaving me to construct a big bowel of salad. The cobs steamed fantastically on the BBQ grill. Supper was ready and cooked about 8pm, sat all together around the big dining room table tucking into our lovely meal. We enjoyed the banter and chatter after dinner, quite content to stay at the table and away from the mozzies. All feeling fatigued we retired to bed at about 9pm, with only ...
... of their road. This was a tricky one and we searched high and low to no avail. Giving up we continued on into town passing by the black flying fox bats hanging in the trees of the mangroves in full view. They looked cute, especially the ones that had babies wrapped within or clung to their backs, knowing they don't move until dusk we were not bothered to be so close to them. Seeing the changes since our last visit and the new build along the Main Street replacing the manky ...