Cascade Motel In Townsville
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... a day. They lived in tents. Would have been a tough life!
Loved Bowen. It was so pretty and the beaches were gorgeous little bays. Water delightfully warm and so many different coloured frangapani trees. Bowen also has murals painted on many of the buildings. Both Townsville and Bowen had great displays talking about their involvement in WWII and we spent quite a bit of time at each of them.
... the dorms were little huts on stilts, surrounded by palm trees. It was beautiful. We arrived in late afternoon and spent the rest of the afternoon lying in hammocks and relaxing as the sun went down. I also bumped into Ricardo again. I blame him for the evening ending with me dancing on a picnic table! The next day Luca, Andrea and I decided to do the Forte walk. We had been told about it originally by Gemma and Olivia. It's a 45 minute walk up to a lookout deck from which you get a ...
... for us. They have a 2.5k waterfront that was being enjoyed by the townsfolk and tourists alike. We also drove up Castle Hill, 1,000 feet above sea level to enjoy the views. It was very steep and we were amazed how many people walked it. Apparently it is a common past time here. So we did eventually find the people! We are staying in an 1890 B&B, quite charming with very nice ...
... tank and talking to us through the glass using a microphone in her mask, pretty cool. Learnt some stuff I didn't know about how bottom-dwelling sharks lay eggs instead of live young and they call these weird slimy things 'mermaids purses',
We also got taken to an outdoor area where there had their own turtle hospital where turtles are rescued from up and down the coast and rehabilitated here. Some had what ...
... but the water was still a bit cold for her liking. We walked along the foreshore for a while looking out at the islands it was starting to look quiet tropical.
Driving up the coast you come to a small town called Pallarenda were Maddy and Lloyd the contestants on the TV show House Rules live. We drove passed their house and had a look at the finished ...