City Oasis Inn
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... centre as it's only round the corner. What google maps didn't tell me was that the last mile was down a dual carriageway...with no footpath.... I tried to lighten the mood by saying 'think of the calories'....this did not help.... Half an hour later we finally arrive! And Mark had resisted the temptation to push me under a bus!! Hooray! So I bought a couple of vests and we managed to find the bus to get back to the hostel, and enjoyed a very quiet ...
... destination, Horseshoe Bay, on the other side of the island. The hike to Horseshoe Bay was a lot more challenging than we had expected, and poor Giacomo had only been wearing flip flops, or thongs, as they call them here in Australia. But despite the bad shoes, which must have been pretty uncomfortable, he didn't complain at all :) Magnetic Island is by the way supposedly the place in Australia with the highest concentration of wild koala ...
... us and we opened our Tablelands lime wine that was just warmer than frozen. With that just out of the gym feeling in our muscles we would be sore tomorrow. It would be easy to stay on Magnetic Island but we made plans to leave in the morning having already put back the return ferry once. Julia struggled to be understood again and Emma booked our onward site in Bowen - or Boan, because there's no syllables in the upward inflection - 200km South and about a third of the way down the country. ...
... army barracks and where their defences were during WWll, now with walkways and gardens. One day we went for a walk in the Queens Gardens. Another day we went on a short ferry ride to Magnetic Island. Using an all day bus ticket, we explored the island's beautiful beaches and saw some parts of the island. Many people live there permanently and others have ...
... the best way to break up our trip in that sense. It also made life a lot easier for Kate who's foot literally didn't heal for about 6 weeks! Our final beach for the day was the main beach near our hostel that was huge and had loads of little benches across the grass at the top. We sat at a bench, made about 5 cups of tea in a row and ate cheese, biscuits and chutney while watching the sunset - bliss! That evening we had a couple of beers at the bar at our site and before going to ...