- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Moving on we made our way through Rockhampton and Gladstone, where a big cyclone had hit a week prior to our arrival. It was a tree graveyard, luckily it didn't look as if many buildings were damaged. Spending the night at 1770 town, we finally managed to get a better sleep, a lie in till 7.30! Despite the consistent 35+ degree heat in the daytime, the evenings were getting a bit cooler each night we moved further south. ...
... know the local ropes well. On our first Saturday morning we visit the weekly farmer’s market at the Yeppoon Showgrounds where, from 6.30am to 10am, there’s a splendid array of fresh fruit and veg. That’s every week folks! What a delight. Follow that with an excellent coffee at ‘Yogolicious’ in Yeppoon’s main street and our weekend is off to a flying start! It’s also quite handy to have a weekly event to delineate larger chunks of time ...
... sweated in the kitchen all day and needed a lie down to recoup after his day of over indulgence. Sasha joined him for a time, so we made the most of this quiet time to catch up with the family.
At 7pm we had face time with the Fullers and enjoyed a little Christmas madness in their house too, with Hay busy already prepping in the kitchen for the hoards coming over to scoff on all her delish dishes. The girls cracked us up showing off their ...
... amp; Rob are the emergency services for their township, as they are outside the boundaries of the bigger towns with fire, flood, famine & ambulance services, being at least a 20 minute response time. We had a good natter about people's complacency and this is why they are the designated emergency coordinators for their village.
Everyone left as they were getting hungry, Brendan's relatives were going down to the sailing club where there was a blues ...
... caught up with
what they were doing. Maurice had varying horse experiences, once the stallion
jumped the fence into the mares paddock. Broke the fence on the way, so that
was a repair job and a relocation of the stallion. Then there was the broken
water pipe to the water trough, digging it out, roping the area off to keep the horses away from being nosey to
see what was happening. He did very well I might say to all the tasks ,all done