Latitude 16 Mowbray by the Sea
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- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... au/ and said they would pick us up next day around 12pm. We stayed in this little hut which had the biggest bed we have ever slept in! I had to take a photo of it to prove how big it was! We couldn’t get into our hut till 2pm so we went for a walk to a really nice restaurant Whet http://www.whet.net.au/ and it was really lovely, everything here is right in the middle of the rainforest. Back up the hill to Ferntree Lodge and while Bill was having a sleep, I ...
... is a heritage site and the lighthouse is run by solar power. Sailed power. Sailed home back at motel by 4-45. Drove down to Mango Jam for a light tea, Don just having “Sticky Date Pudding” he said it was wonderful in fact “Up with the best he as had.”
28 July, After some overnight rain, now a sunny morning we had breakfast and Lorraine booked for us to do the “Sky rail” on Thursday. After breakfast we drove down to Palm Cove stopping ...
... is a casual affair with tables outside under a large canopy. The menu was interesting and i went for coral trout tacos but chris and thomas chose the more traditional fish and chips. The food was really good and we couldn't resist a lemon and lime cheesecake for afters.
So we needed to burn this off and kicked a ball (aussie of course) on the beach then climbed the hill for a great ...
... into places other than Bowen. We were told there are about 2000 homes and businesses for sale n not a lot of prospects for selling. Once again in the political arena, Abbot Point nearby is a huge coal shipping terminal and plans to expand and diversify have been scraped. We found Bowen to be a pretty and tidy town with beautiful beaches and touristy areas. Horseshoe Bay and patrolled beach is picturesque and certainly packed with tourists and accomodation availabilities. Lots ...
... took the shuttle bus from the visitors centre to the entrance of the Gorge, a 2 k drive along a road which only the shuttle bus can use, and took the rainforest walk. We followed the path that took us along by the Mossman River and then over a suspension bridge to Rex Creek. On the way back we stopped at a swimming area and had a paddle in the beautiful clear water of the river. There were lots ...