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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Couple of days stay to check out Tin Can Bay. A small beach village with lots of fishing and nomads! We went to the Dolphin feeding which was pretty good for the kids. $5 each to watch the Dolphins while in standing in the water with them, another $5 to ...
... 40 people on the Saturday morning we were there. So between 7-8 you can go and stand in the water to about knee height and the dolphins are just swimming around in front of you legs. At 8o'clock everyone is called out of the water and then family by family you are allowed back down to the water where you place your fish head first down in the water and the dolphin comes and takes the fish gently from your hand. The dolphins are Indo-Pacific Hump-backs and they ...
... couple of pools on the other side of the rocks, when the sea crashed against the rocks it sprayed over the rocks! In these pools was the only safe part of the sea on the whole island because there were no giant waves or rip currents to sweep us away! The last day we went to lake Wabby, to get here we had to walk for 40 minutes through the rainforest (the only rainforest to exist on pure sand) and then through a little desert and up some big ...
... the barge back across to Rainbow Beach. When we got back to the hostel someone had absolutely ransacked my backpack. They had taken stuff out and thrown it everywhere. A few other people had stuff stolen out of their bags, fortunately I had nothing worth stealing! We were all pretty tired so we just had dinner and played Harry Potter Top Trumps with the boys! Day 6 - Had to catch the overnight at 7pm to Airlie Beach, so couldn't really be bothered to do all that ...
... about the van. The van went well on these tests, and apart from needing a new stabiliser leg and a couple of small items, it's all systems go! During the week we did the drive up to Tin Can Bay to collect the van and bring it home, about 300km. I wanted to ensure it was a proper test, so I loaded up the canopy full of camping gear, put it on the ute and went on our ...