Windmill Motel & Reception Centre
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... awesome. Although it was a bit cloudy the view from up here was phenomenal! Quite the steep climb to get up to the top but wow…. Gorgeous! Caves, rainforest trees, gorgeous rock formations…. Pretty darned good! We also did the 2km bush tucker walk around the headland which was great. And did I mention the butterflies… wow!
We also did an amazing mangrove boardwalk which was sooooo gorgeous and ...
What an adventure we had and we would like to thank you for taking the time to share in our adventures over the past 7 months and we hope you enjoyed some of the stuff we blogged. We will forever remember and treasure this period in our lives.
For those who are interested in statistics in the seven months we were away, we:
- Drove 27,145km (this relates to only the driving we did ourseleves)
- Wore out one set of ...
... the golden voice lived, is now open to the public for free. It shows a beautiful array of photos, recordings, memorabilia, books and furniture of her time. The 132 year old house was rescued from demolition by the Mirani Shire Council who restored the run down building and transported it from Marian Mill to a more prominent riverbank setting along the main Eungella Road in Edward Lloyd Park two kilometres from the heart of ...
... We came to the bridge and instead of crossing Michelle wanted to go back the same way because the lighting is better on this side. You guessed ,it we had to stop in front of the Jehovah witnesses again for the same birds.
Once we finally escaped we headed back for breakfast with Chris and Shell. We went to the Leap Hotel for a very nice Pizza lunch and then to the tackle shop for bait before heading out to Shell grit Creek.
Chris and I walked around the headland ...
... want for Christmas from him? Their grandparents and spin toothbrushes. My heart almost burst with pride. I think Santa can manage that request.
So, after having to fight with the woman at reception who wanted to charge me a $10 cleaning fee for towels I never used, we left Long Island and the Whitsundays. We took a ferry back to Airlie Beach, picked up our car and started the long journey to Brisbane.
We hope you are all well!