Mission Reef Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... it was the only one there, the food was really good though. We were picked up at 7am and taken to the skydive offices, we had to fill in paperwork and watch a training video, because of the way it worked out with groups it meant Helin and I were in the 3rd group which meant we had to watch two groups go and come back before our turn. This had the effect of making Helin more nervous, but it just made me bored. When it was finally our turn, I remained ...
... won’t remember much of the holiday but he has grown up so much and has loved having his brothers around full time. He will miss them terribly when they go back to school but is excited to get back to kinder. He has effectively learned to speak on this trip and has kept us so amused with his efforts to speak. Along with his pole dancing routine on the awning poles, we will mostly remember the following one liners:
Aaaaahhh…nope, My don’t ...
Everywhere we have stopped on this trip has been great and interesting in their own way so saying that Bingil beach is the best beach we have camped on is no exageration , in fact it was so good it could not be beaten! The campsite was right on the beach where the rain forest meets the sea. It was a small site with a few semi perminent residents living there. Up the lane was a small bar/cafe that sold bait and groceries. ...
... sites you'll probably find anywhere in the country. "Bushy" Parker Park is set up with free water, supplied directly to your van via one of the many fresh water taps which have been made available for campers, RVers and caravaners. However, we arrived fairly late in the afternoon on Sunday and missed out on getting a properly designated spot. No dramas, we found a couple of other vans parked up on a grassy knoll just beside the camp area, and the folk that ...
A pit stop in Townsville to take in the sights of The Strand and continuing on his way during daylight hours. Tonight Andrew has made it to Kennedy, bush camping in an off-road pit stop with a few other grey nomads for company. Guess it will be an early night!
Kennedy is approximately 30 minutes south of Tully, so an easy drive tomorrow to make Cairns by mid-afternoon to collect Jessica, Jeremy and Jacob from the ...