Mackays Mission Beach
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... golden sands totally deserted and again we daren't venture into the water because of the stingers. We returned to the bungalow and spent an hour or so at their pool. Dot called out to us at one point to come and see. Outside their back door was a cassowary who had come knocking for food. It is a large bird with a prehistoric heritage and is an endangered species around these parts. Since a cyclone a couple ...
... the mayhem of Cairns. What made this hostel even better was not the pool or the group movie nights each night, but every backpackers wish, free wifi. Yes, travelling round South-East Asia this was a given in any hostel, travelling around Australia this comes at a price somewhere around the $5 for 24 hours mark. Wealthy countries are wealthy for a reason an' all that, but backpackers I'm afraid are not and thus we relish on free wifi and when a hostel has it, it ...
... the party alone, in the hope that she'd be there but she was obviously running very late and didn't turn up for another hour and half... We were already very much amongst it by the time she arrived, the place was absolutely packed with backpacking farm workers that were working on the banana farms around Tully who had all come over to the resort! We couldn't believe how many people were there! The resort itself was amazing, a huge hotel set up high on the hill over looking South ...
... still see him and he'd stopped about 100 metes away from the road and just stood staring at us for a few minutes before hopping away into the bush. How awesome!!!! The day before we left was the day we were doing our skydive! We were were both pretty nervous but no way near as nervous as when we were doing our bungee! We were picked up and taken to the skydive base at Wongling Beach which was just the next beach over. We met the guides we'd be jumping with, ...
... these pols look shallow but are over a metre deep The rainforest all over this area has impressed me but I think this area went a little bit furthar - the buttressed tree roots and trunks, the ferns growing on trees, the moss on the rocks and the tall trees trying to reach the canopy for light. I even saw a male brush turkey scratching around and making his mound in the hope of attracting a female to ...