Centrepoint Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... are only 4 of us here tonight three rental caravans from our small one to a four wheel drive truck and one lad on his bicycle. Today's drive 420 k but made much better time, less "road works" but the road, while it is the Bruce Highway and the main road north, is more like some of Canada's secondary roads. One lane each direction with occasional passing lanes. Think the trans Canada west of Thunder ...
... in front there’s a row of 4 cabins. We look at the back of them. Like the rest of the park, they are set in heavily planted tropical gardens. In front of the cabins are more camp sites and, below that again, at street level is the barbeque area, swimming pools (there are two – one for adults only!) and amenities etc. The park is not only dog friendly, it’s ultra animal friendly in general. Boris, the resident emu, strolls from site to site eyeballing campers ...
... fences between the humans and the scaly creatures! I will now be staying away from anything that looks like a small mud hill...and will absolutely not be going near any rivers...Ryan and I also observed that you can't really tell how big or small the crocs are when they are just poking their eyes out from the water. We saw several immense crocs that we had assumed were much smaller emerge from the depths as fresh meat was tossed into their enclosure. Like ...
... on the sweat. Managing to make it to The Strand, it was felt that a schooner & pot would be the best remedy to cool us down. The barmaid complimented Andy's birthday watch much to his delight, taking a seat nearby inside this time by the open window to watch the world pass us by.
Moving on with mission in mind, we popped in & out of the shops seeking some Christmas essence to no avail. Having had no luck with locating that Christmas smell to add to ...
... with us letting her go on and join them rather than be stuck with us oldies if that's what she wanted. She did, so we sat on our picnic blanket to the side, with a better view of the acts on the screen. However there were too many kids running about waiting for Santa to shortly arrive, so we ran off to the pub instead and could hear it from there and still see everything going on from across the street. Sat in The Strand for cider & shots, enjoying the unusually quiet bar ...