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A sunset or sunrise walk to the lighthouse was a recommended activity by everyone, and the sunset walk didn’t disappoint. We walked up to the lighthouse just before sunset and made it back down onto the beach below just ...
... to meet up in Cairns as Gabe will have gone home by then and Charlotte can do what she wants for as long as she wants. After we said goodbye, we sorted out our next 2 weeks. We sat at the travel desk and asked him to help book in all our open dated stuff. So we booked out greyhound journeys, accommodation and whitsundays tour in, as well as a day trip in 1770. We were hungry by this point, so we walked down to KFC to get some food ...
... dingos (basically like a fox but a bit more aggressive and less shy). There is also a beach where you can't swim due to a large infestation of sharks! That bit of information has definitely put us off swimming anywhere on the island. Everyone we've met has said it's the best thing on the east coast so I'm sure it'll be great fun! Don't worry, we've made sure we have packed plenty of goon for the trip! A little note on the pictures - it seems three of our sd cards ...
... cyclone season which meant we were witness to some fabulously strange storm formations but as we left the tropics behind us the temperatures started to cool a smidgen. I say smidgen as poor Barry is still having to chuck out Air Con for us during the day then have his battery eaten up with our mini clip on fan at night!
Now onto the Great Dividing Range. Definitely worth ...
... the whole trip – especially the lamb and rosemary. After a quick stop in Beerwah for some fresh produce the Dove Shack Adventure was sadly at an end. We arrived back on the Sunny Coast on Friday 7 November and within 6 days our Dove Shack was sold to a lovely couple from Toowoomba … we hope they have as much fun as we did!
Now it’s back to the real world ….. that is to save up for the next adventure!