Comfort Inn Blue Shades
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... pictures of the Chinese house and bridge After a nice ice coffee and scones (it's a typical English sweet cookie what they have for tea time with jam and cream) we went to the Mystery Craters of Queensland they have well earned its name. The owner of this property, a zucchini farmer, had one day the feeling he wanted to extend his land to get more zucchinis, what means more money ;-). He started to plug more land and ...
... world. Being a born and raised Aussie, he finds it hard to believe anyone would want to have hot air blowing from a furnace or fireplace to heat up the house. We told him his next trip should be to Canada in February! Haha. It was also amazing to see that soft wood lumber is farmed in Oz. Just as wheat or canola fills the fields of the prairies, there are hundreds of thousands of square kilometres of tall pines of various ages all over this part of the country. They ...
Woke up at 6am ready for the pick up at 7:20am. Left our bag in the room as the guy said he'd move them then put them in the new room when we came back.
Got picked up and taken to the ferry crossing. Was a 50 minute trip across.
When we got off we got on to the bus. It was like a normal coach that had Jacked up suspension on it.
We got stuck in traffic pretty much straight away due to someone ...
After spending 3 nights on Fraser its one place I will definelty be visiting again. There is really is no where like it.
I got a really excited feeling, driving off the ferry and onto sand. It was a warm arvo so perfect time to crack a cold beer whilst making my way along the beach.
After not too much driving, just up in front of me I could see a massive dark lump in the surf???? What on earth. As i puled up near it I could see what it was…a ...
... knee high socks) told us there are only two commercially run airlines in the world that take-off and land on a beach, the other was in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland(another one for the bucket list). Within minutes of being air born we saw a humpback swimming with its calf and another whale rolling around, it was amazing seeing them from the sky. We flew over the island and forest canopy that resembled broccoli, then ...