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- Swimming pool
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... door so they could let themselves in, going to bed feeling most disappointed they chose to share our final hours with strangers, than have fond farewells with friends. Being concerned the door was unlocked, I stayed awake with our bedroom door open to listen out for their return. Whilst uploading the pictures to complete the blog entry, I finally heard them both noisily stumble up the stairs 4 hours later at 12.45am, so promptly shut the bedroom door as to not wake Andy up from his snoring ...
... his elbow. Sasha returned after she had a good swim and stretched out with us to listen to Poppy's tales of her Blue Mountains trip. The heat was bearable because of the breeze blowing in, but after an hour we had enough, packed up and intended to grab some fish and chips on the way back. We pulled up to where we got them last time and ordered beer battered chips with fishcakes,Mandy also tried a Chico roll and I a little lasagna topper. Whilst our order was ...
... that we'd left, having to pay for an extra half a day because we were 25 min past the 24hr. The first train that came was so full we didn't even try to get on. I got it into my head that I needed to check that my phone was still in my bag so, I unpacked my whole bag on the floor of the luggage claim office and when I couldn't find it, made them put it through the X-ray machine. Bloody backpacks have so many ...
... you down the hill. Half way down there was a decent road block. I was able to pull off to the side and join a bunch of blokes who were drinking beers and patiently waiting/ being entertained by a brand new v8 land cruiser ute who was going nowhere up the hill sending sand everywhere and sinking in spot after spot. Eventually he made it through and I was back down. This is a very popular track and being sunday I came across a heap of cars heading the opposite direction for the day.
... the stop.
Father's day was a pretty relaxed affair here at Kinka Beach yesterday. A cooked breakfast and some hand-made cards, then Gav got some timeout to read and relax while the boys jumped up a storm. Harrison and Sam thought the jumping pillow in the park was the best invention ever and as you can see they had a ball. We headed into Yeppoon to check out the sights of the main town and spent some time at the Fig Tree Creek markets ...