Country Comfort Bundaberg
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... she cN really give us a great burst of speed. We've worked out a good incentive system - we share one jelly snake every 7 km. So we made it into Bargara, which is a beautiful little beachside resort town. Gorgeous beaches - I took a couple of photos. Last night we skipped the movie, to listen to the live music, which was a tribute band,adoring "legends of Las Vegas". Once again though. Tiredness got the better of us, and we headed off to bed before it ...
... big blue bush pig was ready to go again.
Back to Burnett Heads grab the leads and a some fish and chips for lunch and then head up the highway north again through to Agnes waters and 1770 . Took some great sunset shots. Agnes waters especially is a beaut little spot.
Kept moving up the highway to a free camping area on the Boyne ...
... then told him that an ambulance was coming just to make sure he was ok, he then started to drift in and out of consciousness, I sat beside him stroking his face talking to him to keep him awake, he said he didn't feel well and was quite clammy, I was concerned that he was going to have a coronary as he was 60 years old and a little overweight, thank goodness the ambulance finally arrived and we were allowed to leave, I was very pleased that my first aide training kicked ...
We had a great day.
Moff fixed things in the RV ALL day.
We stayed in the most beautiful Library in Australia and did lots of school work, then reading and playing games, iPad and watching TV.
It was such a lovely relaxing day in such a wonderful ...
... were nicely developed, with cafes, restaurants, and holiday apartments, but really no decent beach to speak of.
Later on we discovered another beach to the north of Bundy, rather than the west where the others were, called Moore Park Beach. It is only 20 kms away, so not much further than Burgara, but it has 16 kms of continuous open sand and sea. It was absolutely glorious. The caravan park opened right on the beach, and apart from the caravan park there was ...