Mt Ommaney Hotel Apartments
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Alarm went off at 4:35am, that about 3:30 hours sleep! Hopefully it woke everyone else up too. We collected up our things then realised the time and headed for the Airbus stop, it was arriving at 5:08am. It was so dark and wet outside. Overhead the driver saying a flight couldn’t take off earlier in the morning.
Took about 40 minutes to get to the airport on the bus. Went in a checked-in by scanning our passports, but once again on the ...
... world to see her standing there waiting for us. And even more peculiar as we'd met up for a day in her original home town of Perth, if any of you remember our Perth ramblings! An extraordinary connection made all those months ago, and it will be lifelong! Sorry Lee, there’s no escape now! ;-) In a moment of madness Lee offered to put up with us for 5 days so we immediately got settled in and took over her joint :-) And then the party began, as Camille arrived ...
... services that had these things! Then the video goes straight to his phone. Just mental. I took a quiet night before hitting the hay before our final full day on the island. Morning came and we were down to 24 from 38 as the 2 day tour people left. First stop was another perched sand dune lake called Lake Birrabeen. Far more prepared with the lotion I hit the perfect temperature water as Hayden got out inflatable balls and paddle boards to use. Champion. Not bad way to spend 9am on ...
... in the evening we headed over to near the airport to the part of town where Dixie and Tom used to live, called Eat Street Markets. I've never seen so many awesome looking food stalls in one place. They were all really cool looking and sold food from all around the world. We shared some Turkish, Mexican, Lebonese and Chris and Helena had some Calimari too. We also had some Italian desert and a 'croissanut' which was the cross between a croissant and a doughnut and ...
As we were whisked away from a fantastic time in the Whitsundays, we were approaching a completely unknown part of our itinerary. We had a night booked in the town 1770, named so because it was founded in the aforementioned date. Whilst there wasn't much to do in the town, we had heard on good advice that an activity called Scooteroo was a must. So after chilling/sleeping after our overnight bus during the morning, we made our way with twenty other people to see what was ...