Ibis Styles Mt Isa Verona
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... the tyres for our final leg home and then into the pool again. 38 - 40 deg still at 6.00pm. Thank heavens for the air conditioner in the caravan the last 4 days. First real workout its had.
Received notification that our house was vacated on the 19/12. So we have decided to cut our holiday short and head for home!
... experience about 15 years ago. With Cadence now a bit older since our last visit to Mt Isa, the three of us got to experience life underground in this replica mine complete with working machinery that some of us got to try out. After a meet & greet by the tour guide, we all got kitted up in overalls, gum boots, safety helmet, and miners lamp before going out to the headframe for our descent down the main shaft to the first drive (tunnel) 20m below the surface. ...
... was parked up there and having tea (big sign down the bottom saying no vans, steep as, what you expect at a lookout and no room) we spent about 45min up there looking around while the sun sank slowly.
the following day (today) we had to catch up on some of the more mundane things and do a bit of washing, so with that done, dad wanted to go back to the information center to take some pickies (didn't have his camera the day before) so off we went, dad booked in to a mine tour ...
... was, which was good as hopefully around Christmas there will be lots Of jobs. We went up castle hill which was a mountain over looking the city and has great views of magnetic island. We spent the rest of the day having a look around and enjoying the beach. We then went to Saunders beach where we camped on the beach for the night. We were lucky to get a ...
... Mount Isa. The road from Richmond was a shocker and we bounced our way for at least 100km only interrupted by the numerous road works.
The landscape changed as we headed the 400km to Mt Isa and it was refreshing to see mountains and undulating landscapes as we got closer to Mt Isa.
As we approached Mt Isa we almost suffered a near disaster as the end ...