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... and chilling out by the pool. Base hostel is massive, and the views are incredible - overlooking the sea. A photo doesn't even do it justice! But chilling was definitely a good idea, and we still got to see fantastic views! Jonny played a Norwegian game, similar to bowls, with some lads for a bit which was good. And I walked to the shop in the afternoon, which was a good 10/15 minute walk, but the views on the way were brilliant! We were going to go snorkelling too as we ...
... and Ray and I both felt very claustrophobic in the van
and happy to head to Deb and Callums house at Trinity Beach on the
While there we again ventured off up to Barron Falls which were a sight to see after the recent rains and also explored the Kuranda markets again to purchase more T shirts for
Ray and his son. We experienced the Rusty's Markets in Cairns, From modest beginnings in 1975 of only ...
... closed due to the jellyfish or 'stingers'. Had a walk along it then had a look in the shops, wasn't much going on so we went back to the hostel to go for a swim. Pool wasn't super. Was a bit like a pond, with slight filtration.
We went for showers. The girl in the hut had told us they we powerful, but christ. They could of stripped paint off a wall. I wasn't complaining. It was a nice massage, especially as the head was fixed low down so missed my head unless I crouched.
... looks like the Yongala will be the winner but if we
drive 1 ½ hours south to Alva Beach and then a 20 minute boat ride to the dive
site, the cost is the same. The thought of sitting on a boat for 3 hours in possibly
rough seas is not pleasant. I also did the rounds of the bicycle shops and have
booked my mountain bike in for a full service and new tubes after the Hughenden
... Magnetic Island the largest one and the west is Ross Lake which is the water supply for Townsville. North is a mountain range covered with lush tropical rainforest. We walked the circuit track which was unnerving at times but it was well worth it!
We continue to see some unbelievable countryside as we travel throughout Queensland. Brian and I are so lucky to be able to do so.