Parkside Motel and Hibiscus Cafe
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... cards. That morning two people left who had wanted to go on the Tuesday dive but had to leave because they'd booked sailing trips that couldn't be changed. We were pretty shocked when their beds in the dorm weren't changed, especially when another girl arrived and was told she could choose any bed because she was the last one to arrive! We debated walking into the town just so we could get out for a bit, until we realised it was a 3 hour. Wednesday morning finally came and ...
Headed to Townsville for a look around before heading to Ayr in the afternoon. Arrived at the caravan park to find that we were the only tourists, the remaining one hundred guests being Japanese fruit pickers!! Despite this we had a very peaceful stay with a visit to the local markets, playgrounds, toyworld and beaches. The girls enjoyed scooting around the park and decorating empty campsite slabs with chalk pictures which will hopefully wash off in ...
... when they were filming Australia. It also gave us a chance to drive through yet another See Civil job, seems Aj cant get away from work, even when trying!!
Our arrival at Home Hill wasn't till late afternoon and we were really tired, especially Aj as he had been fighting the wind most of the day. WE had heard so many good reviews about this place and its facilities, however whilst they had ...
... and caravans. It was very neat and well maintained and water was available along with toilets and cold showers. Luxury in the hot weather.
This part of Bowling Green NP nestles in the shadow of Mount Elliot and Alligator Creek meanders along the sandy ground and rocks.
Wallabies, bettongs and possums scampered about by night and bush turkeys scratched ...
... on the rocks. Anyway, the view from above was a beautiful 360 degrees. Consisted of about 90 degrees of mountainous forested land, 90 degrees was the actual Horseshoe Bay and the coastline. The rest was ocean as far as the eye could see with a few barrier reef islands interrupting the horizon. The rocks that look so humongous from shore and while climbing them look like a pebble from up there.
Before we knew it it was 5 ...
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