Comfort Inn Rockhampton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... holding up a white sheet, shielding something from spectators, photos were being taken of what we glimpsed and thought to be a body. We surmised all the way home, no doubt would find out on the news if anything major. Cold shower time to de-sand and dry off under the bedroom fan, whilst waiting for the neurofen to kick in. Changing and grabbing an icy cocktail to let the sea breeze continue its cooling on the balcony. Me & sash started on the remaining cocktail shots from ...
... in the dark we noted the number of Kangas all around us, stopping to stand up to look and watch us walk on by, with us making a momentary photo-shot. Making our order of chicken schnitzel burgers with wedges to share & enjoying a swifty cocktail during our wait. As we found our way back along the path in the dark, we almost bumped into a big daddy of a roo stood right alongside us, making us jump at the close proximity of the group of Kangaroos gathered at this point ...
After all the turtle excitement, it is now time to make some serious progress on the road. We left Bargara early and headed north. Just after we lunchtime we crossed the Tropic of Capricorn at Rockhampton. we had decided that there was very little of interest on the way north (despite the presence of an aluminium smelter, cement plant and coal mine at Gladstone, a unanimous decision to stop and see these sights could not be reached). Rockhampton is ...
... in and secondly because they had a boat which wasn’t on the bcd of their car before. It just so happens that they have a holiday house here. Its not just a camping site but Stockyard Point has its own 32 house community. The timing was perfect. Just off the headland John had seen a heap of fish jumping and within 20 minutes we were set up and launching his boat from the nearby protected beach. My first ever time night fishing in a boat. No sign of the activity from ...
... were to replace my (J) swimming shorts which had mysteriously turned from white to orange (as you can tell from our photo’s I’m definitely not using fake tan so no idea where the orange came from!) and the latter was devoured with a mixed salad for our tea. Delicious.
Hervey Bay (12/10/14)
Today we did get to go to the beach. So, after a lie-in, we got up and headed down to the sand. We’d gone past ...