Quest Harbour Village
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
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Peteandhelen stayed here on Mar 31, 2015 during their trip titled: Peteandhelen's Great Adventure.
In the last week and a half or so I have done a few interesting things worth mentioning.
Last Thursday I was sitting around Cleos and I didn't know what to do for lunch. I was almost out of food, and didn't really feel like cooking, so a few of us went to Spud Bar. It is essentially a baked potato bar where you can choose from over a dozen different kinds of baked potatoes. It was my first time going, although some other people had ...
... Well, they do have marshmallows, but they are not the same. No offense to you Aussies, but the US does marshmallows way better than you, ask Roux and Indy! Watching a 10 and 12 year old kid take their first bite of a S'more, and watching their face light up with surprise was quite a treat! They didn't know what they were missing and loved it!
Thursday and Friday were spent doing homework, all, day, long. The good news from that is ...
... The doctor would rub salt in the back to clean the wound, and drag the prisoner to the medical wing where the prisoner would recover. Once the patient had healed from their 10-20 floggings, they would be drug back to the flogging block for the next round; sometimes 5, sometimes another 10, before the doctor again stops the process, and tends to the wounds. If someone was sentenced to 150 floggings, this process would last 4-6 months. Their ...
... security. 90 minutes from arrival to boarding, by which time we could have happily eaten a passing sheep, if one had come along and a glass of water wouldn’t have gone astray either.
Once on board we found our cabin, it’s about the size of an esky. The kids are in the top bunks despite the warning that “top bunks are very dangerous to those under 9”. I decided that they are probably much less dangerous when you’re under 9 then when you ...