Grand Hotel Townsville
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... looking pretty dodgy too. It was going to drop at any second and there was no way to close it again. Adam soon went into full on 'man mode' and took off his T-shirt to take a closer look at the damage. He was soon rubbing his oil-stained hands across his sweaty brow. Meanwhile, I was sent to find a phone so we could call the hire company and give them the good news. I walked for a good 15 minutes before I concluded there must be no such thing as a red telephone box in Australia. So I ...
... made lake nestled among mountains, surrounded by green hills, pine and rain forests. Very picturesque and apart from the palm trees and tropical vegetation it reminded us very much of some regions in Europe - maybe Switzerland or the Jura region of France.
There are lots of things to do and see in this region: Jaques Coffee Plantation, Mt Uncle’s Distillery, Herberton Village, Mangoe Plantations… to name the ones we visited.
We met ...
... today. We returned back to the caravan at 2.oo pm and we had an Open Grill Sandwich for Lunch (Focaccia with Chicken, Bacon, Onion, Tomato, Cheese, and Avocado) YUMMO. After lunch we started preparation for our Roast Lamb dinner. The Roast Dinner turned out perfect. The Lamb Leg was juicy and tender, it melted in your mouth. The Roast veggies were crispy on the outside with a fluffy centre YUMMO. A good night was had by all Good Food, Good Wine and Great ...
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finished in Townsville which threw all of our maps and GPS out and we struggled
with the location of a couple of places including our caravan park as the
entries weren’t even there. The over and under passes are going to be
impressive when they are completed.
In Townsville there was not much to do, there is only one
thing to do and we were there for that time of the year and it’s to go to the
V8s. We went there for a ...
... forgotten about it til then!
I’ve had quite a few scares whilst here on the farm which has kept me on my toes. One day when we were picking passion fruits, I was walking down one row paying attention to the right side where I was picking. All of a sudden there was a loud thud just behind me and I saw a flash of white beside my feet as I turned and screamed at the same time. Turns out one of the resident cockatoos had decided to fling himself off the vine behind ...