Plantation Resort at Rainbow
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... of this tour I was due to be doing tomorrow - and glad I did, only awful disgusting reviews. So we had a ask around and had 4 other people say the same, backed up by competing tour company (who could be unbiased as it was already booked etc) tell us that the money we had supposedly paid for it, or had it thrown in for free was utter lies as the tour is free to sign up for, and the "national park fee" of $50 actually goes in the pockets of ...
... I will let you figure out how my 3 days were.
The weekend was spent traveling between different highlights of the world hermitage island, which varied from a high fresh water lake, as tranquil and turquoise I had ever seen, to champagne pools, given their name, due to the rocky formation pools, sitting next to the best of the Pacific Ocean and it's blistering temper on the sore line. When the huge waves crash against the barrier rocks, the surge of tide seeps into the ...
... a number of lakes (met 3 vehicles on the way heading the opposite direction - made for some tight passing)
We arrive back on the beach at Dilli Village and then another 25 km on the beach to where we caught the ferry back to Inskip
It was a great day with perfect weather though while I am writing this today it looks as if we are in for a bit of a storm
Kaylene & ...
... thought since i didn't do it on the Clipper i best do it here. I opened my very own salon giving Katy a fantastic hair wash with sand, dumping it on her hair and trying to dread it, she didn't like my new style choice but i told her we had to rinse, a swift dunking helped.
We then headed to a forrest, no idea where but it was calm, peaceful and quiet or it was ...
... them take charge). So we got out of trouble without damaging the van, Kennie did exceptionally well in dodging the low hanging tree branches and ignoring my advice! So we just stayed one night there (it was way busier than we expected) and moved to Carlo point, 3 kms from RB a park set in 23 acres fronting Bay between RB and Tin Can Bay. It's very quite here and we are in a lovely spot overlooking the Bay and gardens.
Kennie has been teaching me ...