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... North through Kinka Beach where we have also previously stayed, and found the patrons of the Cool Waters Caravan Park one of the snootiest group we have encountered in our travels. Then to Causeway Lake, drove into Keppel Bay Marina with the Million dollar houses and boats and stopped at Yeppoon. Had a very nice lunch at the Keppel Bay Sailing Club and were lucky to get a window seat with a view out to Great Keppel Island. A walk around the Town which is mainly Apartments and ...
... find we were left of right so to speak, the road we need crosses the main road we were on. So we did some more manoeuvring and eventually came back to the road we needed where the railway runs along the centre of the road. As we approached the turn a train with loaded cattle trucks came round the corner. Haven't seen cattle on a train for years let alone in the middle of the road in a city! We travel the length of the street only to find that the museum is in the next section ...
... have been the jewels in the crown. This caravan park was a rundown, seedy place that no self-respecting Grey Nomad would even sniff at. But now it could be used as an example of how to rescue and run a business. Remember they only charge $25 pn, yet every night they host a happy hour and supply pizzas and snacks! And they’re keen, keen, keen. Doesn’t matter that the amenities are dated – they’re clean as can be.
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... with Gillis and Gayle. Had a great catch up and then on Monday morning Gayle had to work so Gillis took me for a fantastic tour around MacKay and then we met up with Gayle for lunch. After lunch I headed out to Marian to catch up with Lana and George, Casey and Nathan. Lana was looking after Seth (Nathan's son) who is a wonderful kid, very smart and a very polite child which is lovely to see these days. Had a few drinks and a big catch ...
... every 10 minutes or so. I feel sorry for the caravan park owners as the place is waterlogged already and they don't have any big trees to soak up the water, they do however have plenty of wood mulch which they have liberally strewn over the place. Thank God we don’t live in a cyclone area. By lunchtime we can see some blue sky so Bob heads up to the little kiosk on the corner, buys some squid for bait and we head off to do a bit ...