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... would take this on with enthusiasm seeing the adventurous side of fighting gravity ten kilometres in the sky for more than a day, but that’s a stretch even for me. With these considerations I found deciding between these few flights fairly easy as I have a soft spot for Virgin Air and their generosity towards Surf Life Saving Australia and the Starlight Foundation, along with many other worthy organisations. With this in mind I was happy to pay the ...
You guessed it the heavens opened up huge rain drops, thunder and lightning, on with the raincoats..all this way..what to do...what to do. The lightning stopped so we started up the chain, the rain was still heavy and torrents of water were running down the cliff face, about a third of the way up the thunder started again and I'm thinking here we we are hanging on to a bit of metal on the highest part of Nth NSW in a ...
... fathers with children. Feeling confident I rode at the front of the tube as we slid left and right down the long open, white flume. I even managed to exit the pool sedately. **Black Hole - Make your way to the Extreme H20 Zone and take on the thrilling Blackhole as you are sent into an adrenaline pumping pitch black spiral of darkness. Featuring two fully encapsulated tube slides and a number of heart thumping twists and turns, this ride will have even the most hardened ...
... Go to the beach but it is very windy so at lunchtime we retire to the swimming pool. It rains a lot through the night but the tent survives.
Too windy for the beach so once again we spend the day by the pool. A bus pulls into the site and on its back panel it has a picture of a beach and the words 'Adventure before Dementia' Janet talks to the owner but apparently the words were already on the bus when he purchased ...
... location (see previous blog) I hadn't been able to ascertain the "friendliness of the locals factor" because when we arrived the place was deserted. However we were now being joined in the car park by an increasing number of scantily clad "fishermen". Who, from a distance, seemed to be engaging in some furious gutting and descaling around the public toilets wearing nothing but their Speedo's! Now we are newcomers to Queensland (no pun intended), and ...