City Oasis Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we were greeted by another one of Greyhounds finest bus driving humorists. It soon dawned on us that during the selection process of becoming a driver with Greyhound, you could tip the scales in your favour if you had a number of dad jokes underneath your sleeve.
On our way to Townsville we had a quick stop over in Cardwell. A small town with an interesting history and decoratively fashioned street lights for ...
... wildlife hunt we went to a place known for rock wallabies, they are really cute and tame and were eating out of our hands. At this point I should mention that we hadn't read a sign that told us not to feed them bread, we fed them quite a lot of bread and so I feel slightly guilty about this. We went snorkelling over a shipwreck but the water was so murky we didn't really see much. In the evening we went back to picnic bay to ...
... seeing an animal in it's natural habitat. We got to the bottom of the stairs and instantly slowed the pace down and took our time looking at the trees. Now I mentioned earlier about the path having plenty of things to trip over and you probably thought what does that have to do with anything....well, as you might know koalas live in trees and to spot them you have to look up at the trees. You therefore have a choice, miss the koala or risk the chance of falling over a rock while ...
Well we didn't arrive in Reid River until about 5:30pm yesterday. Unfortunately there was a really bad accident just south of Ayre and the highway was closed from 11am til about 3:30pm. We sat stopped for about 2 hrs. Luckily we had our home right behind us with a toilet and food handy. Our new farm is 150 acres and they have about 100 Boer Goats (30 baby kids), 20 pigs, 20 cows, 10 dogs and a heap of chickens, ducks ...
The day started with a decision to travel to Magnetic Island to see friends from Albury/Wodonga that we had quite literally bumped into on Saturday walking along The Strand. All good for them and so action stations! We checked out the wind factor - it looks ok :- we drive to the boat ramp and away we go. Trip across was rough with the wave swell but we managed with a few ...