Mission Reef Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not too far out of our way, called Paronella Park so we headed there. Arriving in pouring rain we were greeted by the owner of the park carrying umbrellas for us. He gave us a brief history and how he came to buy it. It was a ruin of a place but you could see and imagine how splendid it once was. Briefly a Spanish pastry chef bought the land intending to build his fiancée back in Spain a castle. ...
... infact be one of our final meals and we should definitely enjoy it - after all, jumping out of a plane is, let's be serious, asking for a death wish. To say we all didn't have a fantastic sleep that night would be a slight understatement, as I can imagine the parents sat at home didn't either. The morning of Friday 3rd October rolled around very quickly, as did 7.15am, our skydive pick up time from our hostel. As instructed by my mum so as I didn't faint (I ...
... limp and a bandage! The next day we awoke very hungover and in pain, popped back up to the resort because Kate left her dress there (she must have left in only a bikini!). There were still people chilling around the pool, with a group of lads playing FIFA on a big screen by the bar... God knows when the owners were back in town! We then began our long journey down to Townsville to get to Magnetic Island, stopping off for a night in the absolute middle of nowhere in a small town near ...
... called Dan and Chris's was called Brandon. They got us kitted up into our harnesses before getting on the bus which would take us to the airfield. Our jump was to be the last of the day and wasn't full. A load of the staff came with us to make use of the spare space on the plane. There was just me, Chris and 2 German girls who'd not jumped before. They were all having a laugh on the bus and this made us feel really relaxed- I can imagine that if you were on ...
... br> We then headed south again for Paronella Park. It is marketed as ones mans dream becoming a reality and is a Spanish castle built amongst the rainforest at the base of the Mena Falls. In 1913 a young determined pastry chef, with an interest in castles, from Catalonia in Spain migrated to Australia. He left behind a fiance who he was going to come back and get when he was rich. Jose Paronella worked ...