Rydges Southbank Townsville
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... animals we hit the road again. We made a quick stop in Ayr to grab some fruit and cheese and crackers and then made the final trek to the Whitsundays. The landscape was lush and green with sugarcane fields lining the road almost the entire drive. We arrived in Cannovale at around 3 PM and checked into Paradise Court. We lucked out and were able to book a island cruise for the following day. Once we were settled we headed to Arlie Beach where we wandered the plethora of beach ...
... After everybody already had finished their dinner, one of the guys who worked for the hostel told us the free bbq, which we didn't know about, was ready. Being a backpacker equals taking everything that's free, so ofcourse we still all finished the food he'd made. At nine Sophie, another British girl called Charlotte and me took the shuttle to the greyhound. When we arrived there it was clear we hadn't prayed hard enough for an empty bus as the bus was extremely bussy so I ended ...
... they were just
a large flock of Chestnut-breasted Manikins.
We then went and did the wildlife walk
around the park and although still no finches it had enough to keep
As the lead from the caravan to the car
was damaged we stopped in at Bunnings for some spares and actually
found a servo that had gas for under $1.10.
Next stop was Ross River Bush Gardens
which we didn't think would take long but also turned into ...
... is that not all are. I'll do my best to never take that for granted again. I also realised that not everyone's in your life to stay. Some people are there for years, some for months, and some just for days. They all have their place and their importance. Not all are positive but you learn a lot from other people or at least I have and I will continue to do so. I also know that people make mistakes. It's human nature. And understanding that and accepting it is important. There's ...
... they set sail, but the boat leaked so much it nearly sank. They were rescued and the yacht was ditch on a beach. She likewise ditch her "promising partner" then met "Billy the one-eyed barman". He lived in a rented house with an old caravan in the backyard. Lucy got stuck into repairing the caravan and persuaded Bill to become a gypsy nomad, so at about the same time I set off on my trip, they did the same. There was only one stipulation she got Bill to agree to. This ...