Comfort Inn Rockhampton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... us. Mackay was full of these green bummed ants and we found quite a few of them in the van when we set up.
After lunch Caitlin and Jessica had a quick swim before we set off to explore a little bit of Rocky. Rockhampton is quite a large town and has a regional population of about 100,000. We drove over the might Fitzroy River then past the tourist info centre, and in doing so crossed south ...
... as we reached our hostel we raced one another to the showers. We were all absolutely vile and covered in sand head to toe. Including in our ears! Group 4 decided we all wanted to carry on hanging out so we all went and got dinner together and said our fair wells for everyone's onward journeys. It's been a lovely couple of days and I felt very fortunate to get a group that all got on so well. Would have been a very awkward 2 days otherwise. That's it from me ...
... NSW. Mundubbera and towns close by experienced some of the worst flooding they’ve ever had. OK, so that’s the background.
Walking into the info centre we were greeted by a very pleasant lady who spent - we kid you not - over half an hour telling us about the history of Mundubbera and the THE FLOOD. Anecdotes abounded! Seems the flood covered the entire info centre, roof and all. When you look down at the level of the river now, and then look ...
... but nothing that looked fabulous for surf or SUPing. Tonight we have dinner with Norm and tomorrow we are hoping to go to the camp drafting show (like a rodeo on steroids) which is apparently huge and very well know in this area. Friday 17th July An excellent Indian meal last night with Norm in the suburb of Frenchville. The Spice Route was in a small group of shops tucked away in the suburbs but had authentic Indian food. The roganjosh ...
... wandered down to happy hour.
We stood up to introduce ourselves and met a wonderful couple and their daughter, who had travelled from France on a trip down memory lane for Claire, the mother. She was telling us that her Grandmother was born in Mt Morgan and she was catching up with long lost aunts and uncles the following day.
Her husband spoke very little English, but was having fun trying to learn it, and their daughter ...