Toscana Village Resort
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- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Outdoor pool
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Up bright and early this morning for our 8.15 flight to the whitsundays, Faye was complaining that "she hadn't even slept yet" .....erm you were asleep every time I looked and that was pretty much hourly when I reached the end if the bed conveyor and got out and back in the other side (I bring it on myself I know..,,battle done tonight, 2 hours of …
... went to a chippy in the bay and sat on a bench eating fish and chips as the sun set. In the evening we had the rest of my winnings, then went to bed. This morning we got up and hung around before getting the ferry back over to the mainland. After a few hours on the bus and yet another sodding Adam Sandler film we hopped off in Airlie Beach, sorted out our boat tickets for the Whitsundays and went to the hostel. Now it's time to get a free drink the hostel has offered ...
... trip to a resort and swimming in their pool and lunching in their restraunt (which I'm sure will all be wonderful) rather than hurtling over the whole isle in a day. We can still do walks and venture to the beach so I'm sure it will be beautiful. We considered both taking the full day trip solo and the other looking after Monsieur at the holiday park but I think it's something we'd all rather experience together. The other slight disappointment is we are a little late for ...
... when theres nothing better available. Whilst at camp we saw our first wild snakes since being here there were about four black whips (one of Australia's most venomous) and one carpet python. Which were no more then 4/5m away whilst we had morning tea and our BBQ lunch. We were assured by Paul that we'd be safe though as he was a trained snake handler!! There was also some ringtail possums on site but they was hiding from the python ...
... town of Ayr. There is a market on and the parking is kind for caravans. Strolling round the market is a lovely change of pace. Country town markets are always exciting with lots of locally made craft and such. I found a stall manned by the Viet Nam Veterans Assoc. bet you can't guess what they were selling, no? Well I'll tell you. Sausages in bread with onions. Always up to help a good cause I ...