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... Though Freeo has many new shopping centres dotted around the surrounding suburbs, it was a pleasure to walk the old township and enjoy the wide range of shops, cafés and pubs. Nothing beats a vibrant CBD. Lunch calls as we wandered back towards the waterfront, crossing a most beautiful park featuring stands of huge trees with lunchtime picnickers scattered throughout on the lush grass. In Freeo we had to have a pre-lunch drink at Little Creatures Brewery located on the ...
... Prison where we did a fascinating tour called 'Doing Time' about the lives of the first convicts and then the later prisoners in the haunting and historic building. Our tour guide John deserved an academy award for dramatic commentary as he had us all hanging off his every word. He was the best tour guide we've had on this trip according to the girls.
We saw the simple but beautiful prison church, the only building that had huge windows and ...
Finally I was packed! There was still 2 hours to go before we left, so I don't know what everyone was worried about. Thomas drove us to airport and we checked in to the very efficient Qatar counter. It was lovely to have Brendan and Saskia, Emily, Thomas, Matthew and Alex come to the airport to say goodbye. Or were they making sure that we really did get on to the plane! Our long awaited journey began, we ...
Travelling from Mt Surprise to Cooktown , we were very happy to see some green grass, the vegetation started changing near Archer River, and as we left Ravenshoe it was wonderful to see lush green and freshly ploughed paddocks , some with cattle. Stopped for two nights at Rocky Creek War Memorial camp site, it is where the men trained and left ...
... for Aaliyah's sake. So option 3 was to go back to Aaron's parent's place in Byford, where we've been staying this past week. It was a highly deflating decision. One step forward, three steps back. So with heads hung low at not even having made it out of the city, we came back to Byford. Naturally, Aaron's mum was exceptionally pleased to have us back, but it didn't change our disappointment.
At least now we know absolutely everything is fixed on the 4wd, ...