Country Comfort Bundaberg
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We had booked tickets to see turtle hatchlings at Mon Repos turtle rookery this evening starting at 7pm. It's an hour's drive via Bunderberg the largest town around so we made a day of it. Bunderberg has 2 main claims to fame - naturally brewed ginger beer which is sold all over Australia and 30 countries globally and Bundy Rum. This all emanates from being in the heart of sugarcane country. First off was Bundaberg Barrel to learn about ...
... scenery make for a rather boring drive. We hit the 2000km mark on the journey since we picked up the car in Sydney a month ago. There is an attempt to make it more interesting for drivers and keep them awake with roadside trivia question signs with the answers a few Km away. From Nia's perspective the journeys have been saved by a fortuitous purchase of nearly 40 hours worth of audiobooks in the Hitchhiker's guide to the Galaxy series. A bargain at ...
... see lights around the shore. However, I think they're not affected by sound. Anyway, it was amazing to see the turtles laying her eggs. She lays 2-4 eggs at a time, pausing a while between the next contraction. Altogether, she laid a total of 169 eggs. A female lays on average 127 eggs, so that's a lot. The experience was good also because not only do the Rangers bring us out to see the turtles, they conduct their research on the turtles at the same time, recording data such ...
... we continued heading south while the sea and wind conditions remained perfect for our voyage. After a comfortable 7 1/2 hours we arrived at Bundaberg Port Marina. Sadly, on the way, we crossed the Tropic of Capricorn though fortunately the tropical weather is persisting. Unfortunately we realized that we had an issue with the port engine and the diesel mechanic was going away for the weekend so we will be spending more time here than originally planned ...
... Lavender farm, which, it turns out is another side business for a family who are primarily cane farmers. Gives them an alternative source of income if the sugar price is low or they have problems with the crop. Tonight's movie was walking with dinosaurs, which was fun, although we both expected it to be more documentary, rather than a rather silly coming of age story featuring talking dinosaurs. Tomorrow we ride to Childers, which is about 80km. I'd ...