Cascade Motel In Townsville
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... got another f*#king thought coming'....) So we started to ascend the steep gravel track (still in flip flops...Mark's desire to hurt me growing....) We made it about a third of the way up, which was hard going enough, but thankfully this was enough to get the view that I wanted (which was stunning!!) and so we clambered back down. By this point it was probably pushing 35 degrees, and we both looked like we'd just jumped in a swimming pool.... ...
... am of these slithery horrid things - so for me this was quite an accomplishment. When it turned its head to look at me I had enough and handed (half of) it back. The moment came to meet our koala friends and it was met with the appropriate 'aahhhhhh' by everyone. Koalas have never been an animal that I've been particularly interested in over any other animal but there is no denying - they are adorable! Things I learned about koalas: - Bigger than I ...
... off their boat. Our wildlife documentary continued into the night when mother and baby possum came down from their tree and jumped into the van. Emma chased them away for them to unaffectedly sniff at her hand and boldly sit at her feet. A curious wallaby appeared until mother possum stealthily lowered herself down from a branch and bit it's back. They competed for our food for the rest of the night and we tried to resist feeding them. Jacqui, a friend from home and big blog ...
... peaceful? We met up with a couple from Sydney that were next to us at Ingham and spent relaxing afternoons/evenings chatting with them. Zarli is intrigued with the little waves as they creep in and out while we walked along the beach. Not much surf with the Great Barrier Reef off the coast. The fish weren't biting, but people seemed to enjoy trying to catch ...
After catching the ferry over from Townsville, we arrived on Magnetic Island at about 4pm. We then drove around the coast to the only campsite on the whole island which was surprising and we luckily managed to get a pitch. We set up camp and chilled out for the rest of the evening, enjoying the last of the sun with a few beers. The next day we got up pretty early as we only really had one full day to see the island and pay a visit to some of the best beaches. We decided to hire ...