Taihoa Holiday Units
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... Managed to work for some free accommodation too which is a bonus. Love this gang and going to miss them heaps.
That is pretty much the round up of my month, photos are lovely, it was just nice to hang out and spend time with such a quality group of people, create memories and spend time in what is a mind blowing location. I have lived on the beach for a month of my life.. it is awesome!
Next stop...Townsville :)
... early to watch the soccer that morning and the Poms lost☹….. On arrival at the river were given the mandatory safety briefing and then kitted out in lifejacket and helmet before making our way down to the river. On board the raft our guide then put us through a series of commands and further instructions (like when I say hang on I mean hang on tight!) and off we went. The first rapid was a category 4 rapid (the first of ...
... and then the rain had started.
It continued raining all night and we got 30 ml - Sunday was no better - it just did not stop. We had to get out the van so went to the RSL for a very nice lunch but left before the 2pm bingo calling started. It rained all night - more than 50 ml - meaning we had over 80 ml or 3 inches since we arrived on Friday. Our microwave blew up at tea time - not sure why, but everything worked except ...
... as they told us it wasn't looking hopefull and sent us to check into our hostel.
We dumped our bags, chose our beds and settled in by reading our books
... I soon fell asleep. At roughly 12 I was woken up to hear that the
sky dive was back on and that we were too return to the centre woo hoo!
We were put into group four, the final group as we were staying in the local area. I wasn't feeling too
nervous until Laura and ...
... accessories. You get the idea. Roof down and music blaring, we encountered many fellow big kids as we zoomed about the tiny island feeling like extras in Toy Story. We spotted wallabies, visited Geoffrey Bay and Arthur Bay lookout, paddled in the sea, and perched on giant rocks jutting into the ocean. Our one night stay over, we headed onto Mission Beach for our penultimate pit stop on our East Coast Adventure. And pit stop it was. Mission Beach is pretty deserted; popping ...