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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
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... and realized that he was the best tourguide we could've wished for, he was great! Our stop of the day was one of the most amazing lakes I've ever seen. After a very hot 45 minite walk we first arrived at very large sand dune/a desert. At the bottom there was a refreshing lake with in it those fish that nible at you to get the dead skin of. After being nibled at for about an hour it was time to walk back to our cars and drive to the campsite. There we settled in our 5star ...
... a fee to hold a koala and have a photo. The guide was as Australian as they come, in his 'bush' clothing. He showed us salt water turtles, birds, baby and bigger crocs, lizards, snakes and koalas. We got to hold most of the animals, giving a cockatoo a kiss by holding a seed in your lips, and having a cuddle with a koala which I enjoyed so much more than I'd expected. There was a baby koala which was unbelievably cute. We were directed so much about where to have ...
... s a **** hostel.
Had a pot noodle type thing for lunch. Used the internet for a bit until it got too hot and we went in the air con sanctuary that was the room.
Went for a McDonalds for tea as there wasn't much choice. Somehow it was more expensive than normal in there too. Also, it was warmer to sit outside as it was like the Arctic in there.
... can swim in the sea without fear of attack there. We didn't do all that much to be honest, I finished reading the Scott Mills autobiography which I thoroughly enjoyed (available at Yate pound shop for 97p). We had fish and chips for dinner, then came back to the hostel and went to the bar. Day 3 - We decided to hire a little car from the topless tropical car company, so we could just drive around the island ourselves. I ...
We added the extra day here as there is so much to do and we wanted a bit of a relaxing day. This didn't work out so well as the birds woke us about 6:30 (damn you nature). Michelle saw this as a good time to get up which meant so did I.
After a bacon and egg breakfast we headed of to Ross River dam. I have been to some nice dams that have lovely picnic areas and places to walk. This dam doesn't even come close. It was hot dry and ...