Waters Edge Apartments
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone travelling up the east coast; hopefully you will be paired with a good group and the Island is just really worth seeing. Following on from my coincidences comment, unfortunately this did keep happening with the 3 idiots and therefore, this was not always a good thing. Just my luck! My next stop was another pre booked tour on a Whitsunday Islands sailing boat. I purposefully chose one of the smaller boats where you were able to help ...
... native Australians livelihood, it was time to swimsuit up and brave the cold. With Josh electing for the 'dive in and get it over with approach', Abbie went for the stand in the water waist deep screaming how cold it was. After five minutes we were both in the water and loving it! With that our trip in the only place in the world where a World Heritage Rainforest meets a World Heritage Reef was over.
On a roll with activities now our next day took us to ...
... of young, slightly pretentious english people on their party 'gap yah' and we began to realise how varied everyones cultures and ages were in South America which was such a nice thing to experience. Don't get us wrong, we loved Cairns and had a great time there, especially seeing Lauren who is one of Kate's best friends from uni and has been away for so long. It just felt so different from South America as did the type of people who go travelling in both ...
... in the morning, packed up quickly and head off toward Mt Isa where McDonald's awaited for breakfast. That was a treat!
Diesel was very cheap in Mt Isa - about 70 cents per litre cheaper than Barkly Station - that was a pleasant surprise.
Mt Isa isn't a pretty place - it's a mining town and it's purpose is simply to service the mines and miners. That being said it has all the conveniences you can imagine.
... always make us smile. They travelled with two pet Lorikeets who slept in two hats hooked on a wall above their bed !!
The highlight of this trip was COBBOLD GORGE
It was a 180 km return trip from Georgetown and almost half if it was dirt road so Rick was LOVIN' it.
The drive in was fascinating with kms and kms of termite mounds which looked like tombstones, fields of red tailed black cockatoos ( in flight they are breathtaking), cattle all over the road, ...