Metro Hotel Ipswich International
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We had such a fun weekend at CMC rocks! Four days of camping with good company always makes for a great time. We started the weekend in Thursday when we left red rock to head up to Ipswich. When we arrived, we met up with our bosses and they told us where to camp. We set up our camp site, which was quite impressive compared to my previous camping attempts! After setting up camp we threw on some country clothes and enjoyed our quiet evening. ...
... at the BBQ so it was a lovely refreshment! Almost at the end when it wasn't that busy any more we walked around the market and treated ourselves with a Cronut :D - We still need a job for during the week but what we are searching for at the moment is a farm job. It's quite hard to find one right now because of the cyclone which went past a week ago. We just got lots of rain here but further north was it worse. Some days ...
... in and found a load of food stalls! We decided to have dinner there so we had Sri Lankan curry, cider and tacos for dinner and honey bourbon alcoholic ice cream for dessert! They were yummm and cheaper than a restaurant no doubt. We got some food bits and some alcohol (strangely seems more expensive here than anywhere else we've been to in oz?). Now we're relaxing in our apartment with all the fans on and we're still sweating our balls off! Time for a cold shower methinks! ...
... aka, me.) It's the second hardest place to drive in Oz too. Highlights of Fraser Island include- Driving to Lake McKenzie, a gorgeous crystal clear lake with the best exfoliating sand ever Taking a bush walk through a rainforest, watching out for the poisonous snakes around! Having a private plane ride over the Island Visiting the Champagne Pools, an area of the sea separated by various rocks Drifting on our rubber rings down Eli Creek, which felt like a lazy river in the ...
... friendliest and cheapest outback towns. In fact entering Queensland meant the tight budget could now be tweaked a little, as overall Queensland is much cheaper for everyday groceries, eating out, camping fees and fuel.
After our first night, when we had enjoyed a pub special of huge steaks cooked perfectly with a glass of wine included for $11 each and chatted to some other travellers, we decided to splash out and buy the Visitor Centres ...