Ridgemont Executive Motel and Restaurant
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... complimented me on my pronounciation of the name of the place where my family is from :). Four hours later we left the travelagency to make some lunch. Afterwards we went "shopping", which meant going in and out shops with AC just to escape the heat. At the end of the day, when we really had no clue what to do enymore, we spent two hours in the lagoon, which actually was quite nice and it had cooled down a bit. We returned to our room to have a shower and talked to some ...
... was easier to take photo's with the animals. We passed by a wombat, which looked like the love child of a pig and a dog, and arrived at the next stop, the snakes!! The beauty brought over a carpet python which was really long, and again we started the mass photo taking. Whilst I was holding the snake with him around my neck, he took an interest my phone...which meant the girl taking my photos got an incredible one of the snake extending outwards and putting his face right ...
... seeing an animal in it's natural habitat. We got to the bottom of the stairs and instantly slowed the pace down and took our time looking at the trees. Now I mentioned earlier about the path having plenty of things to trip over and you probably thought what does that have to do with anything....well, as you might know koalas live in trees and to spot them you have to look up at the trees. You therefore have a choice, miss the koala or risk the chance of falling over a rock while ...
... the door of the first commercial premises I could find: a tattoo parlour. A lady with many facial piercings asked if she could help and after I garbled some nonsense she handed me the phone. The telephone call began something like this. "Hello, you're through to Jucy, how can we help?" In my poshest, most British telephone voice: "Oh, hello there, we've had a small incident in our camper van. The door has fallen off." The bemused girl on the end of the phone said the nearest ...
Today we left Etty Bay, the weather remains warm and sunny. We drove south passing through the towns of Tully and Cardwell.
Cardwell was quite a different place compared to last year, all the cyclone damage had been repaired and was looking brand new.
We continued on to Ingham further south in the heart of the sugar cane growing area and detoured out to Forrest Beach 20klms east of Ingham, one of those little places that ...