Ocean International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... talking. Dinner at Tapas following a walk around Airlie and a good nights sleep in preparation for sailing tomorrow.
Sunday sees us head out to sea mid morning, wind still up constantly 30 knots. With our new Carver gear and the small jib set (no main sail) we are still making 7.5 knots as we head over to Cid Harbour. Lovely sail. We pass some crazies that are competing in sailing race and believe it or not they have their spinnakers set (not ...
Headed up to Shoal point about twenty Ks north of Mackay, we'd decide to check out all the beaches north back to Mackay. It takes a bit of getting used to the massive tides up here let alone the fact there is no surf, just like a big lake that goes to the horizon. Shoal point was just that, low tide and a four hundred mtr. walk to the water, looking across the bay and towards an Island ...
... and forest. Back on the road stopped to get the lemons but forgot to bring any money with us only had 5 cents in the car. No lemons today. Back at Seaforth we drove all around to really check it out bigger than we thought. When we got back to the Van we had new neighbours had a chat to them for a while, nice couple from Bundaberg . Early dinner and a catch up with Cheryl to see what happening in ...
... feeling forlorn knowing that our European adventure has come to an end, but excited at the prospect of seeing our loved ones again. As well as sad, knowing that we would soon be in Mackay where we all last saw Nathan's dad in December and knowing that his smiley happy face won't be there to welcome us home. Nathan's mum and sister Stacey were there to meet us with balloons and signs and very excitied in seeing us all, espically Kate and Roy, back home in Australia ...
... was the woman for him. He was made the manager of the Marian sugar mill and Nellie gave birth to a son. Nellie hated Queensland and being a housewife, plus was reportedly belted more than once by her husband, so while her husband was away working further afield she fled with her son to Melbourne with the firm intention of pursuing a career as an opera singer.