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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... had been swimming there the day before so hopefully it might have been relocated.
Wow - the place is still amazing as we remember it. The waterfall was wonderful & Nicholas took a little bit of coaxing to get behind it, but eventually he took a deep breath & went behind if only for a moment (it is very loud…). Chris & Nicholas donned their goggles & went chasing big fish while I chilled out behind the ...
... is like the main street of any other modern city. We had a delicious lunch at an unimpressive looking Thai restaurant and walked through the stores I took the opportunity of being in a city to find the nearest MacDonalds (Maccas, as it's known to Australians) to take advantage of their free wi-fi and publish some of my blog while the others went in search of some Aboriginal art. . I ordered an Oreo McFlurry in order to feel like I wasn't a freeloader, ...
... which is a bit of a change from Toowoomba winters. All the families arrived Thursday and Friday so we all went out to the Buderim Tavern for tea. Chloe kept us all hopping, I wish I had here energy. Saturday lunch was the party at the Headland Golf Club and I think Mum had a lovely day. Jan made her a beautiful cake which we all enjoyed but Mum cleaned the plate, she loved it. JJ and Jan had the family back to their place for ...
... The reason he wanted me to learn how to make that noise was to do a trill on the bird whistle, although I learnt, if you do a purring noise with your tongue, it has the same effect. Geoff and I worked reallt well together, we bounced off each other with the sales pitches etc. Time flew by and before I knew, it was time for me to leave to catch my bus. I was paid cash in hand at the end of my shift and got $20 an hour. It was a successful days ...
... on the very reasonably priced, early morning cruise through this spectacular gorge on the mighty Fitzroy River, which had ample water, for the dry season. The markings on the cliffs and other evidence showed the height of flood waters through normal and very wet years. The geology of the Gorge was most impressive. There were freshwater crocodiles resting on limestone ledges and sandy banks. Hundreds of tiny fairy martins were building their mud nests in the cliffs. Debate is ...