Leichhardt Hotel Rockhampton
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... packed tonight, all the tables were occupied, so Andy butted in on a big bench where only 2 people sat at. There was enough room for all 8 to sit cozily for a yarn and discovered that Richard & Nicole were from Brisbane and on holiday. They were a great couple, really chatty and interested in our tales and keen to get us in on the shots, which we declined being so many of us. We had missed out on the parilla set meal that finished at 6pm, feeling peckish having had only a roll ...
... its head to watch him approach. Watching in ore as a dozen hopped about from the comfort of inside our pad, like wildlife on widescreen TV thru the patio glass doors. It was not too long before we all started getting very dozy, satisfied to have done enough of the days entry and to be able to snuggle down at a reasonable time of 9.30pm. We all promptly fell asleep in the cool air con, after our day relaxing in the sun, filled with aqua exercise and sea air to contribute to a good nights ...
... We needed a Starbucks break just to get our head around the map!! Our goal was shoes and glasses, but after looking at almost every shop and 100's of pairs of glasses none were winners. And none of the shoes either - note to self, Asia is not the place for people with big feet to find shoes!!! After our initial excitement, it was a bit disappointing, we just couldn't find anything we had to have!! Don't you hate ...
... too generous and i was about to get bloody kidnapped or something. But no, they were just real friendly people.
The little community/township of Stockyard Point was here before the National Park. It is a completely self sufficient town with all houses being 100% solar and or powered by generators and the like. No electricity or water supply so each house is well equipped with rain water tanks and they also have access to a petrol powered pump connected to a natural ...
... br> After a while swimming around we had company - thankfully not jelly fish, sharks or sea-lice but a little girl who was trying to copy us when we floated around on our backs. She was soon joined by her Nan who obviously reluctantly came in to the sea just to check up on the little girl. We chatted to the Nan for quite a while about various places in Australia whilst the little girl bobbed around trying to copy our swimming.
After the beach it was back to the hostel ...