BreakFree Eco Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... two reasonably happy people again.
Don’t ever let anyone tell you Wgtn is a windy place. We have winds all the time we have been back, gale force ,strong and really annoying cos its tossing the pollen everywhere. I think we have had one day since we have been back without wind.
So then two days before we were due to leave( Sunday 26th) for Yeppoon. I slipped on a sand bag and slowly slipped down ...
... So as I've said I was feeling incredibly confident about meeting and talking to new people. It felt like a breeze just sitting down with people and asking if you could join them and I wonder why I ever felt nervous about it. Well my feelings of nervousness came straight back to me as I stayed for two nights in the most hostile, unfriendly and unwelcoming hostel I've stayed in throughout all of my travels. The staff as I've mentioned acted as though I was a boring chore they had to ...
... were kayaking along for a prolonged amount of time! This really was incredible and something we will not forget. Being out in the ocean with so many dolphins was not only amazing and something we never thought we would do...it was also incredibly relaxing out there with the sound of them and the ocean! Perfect start to the day! Getting in was not so relaxing we wanted to surf a wave in, however it managed to spin us side on and we capsized which was quite funny! We ...
... to the furthest Easterly point on the mainland where the council quite thoughtfully has erected a permanent camera pole with a screw for self timer images. As we planned to travel from east to west, we had our pics taken just for the record. Normally there is no great importance to this point except on New Year's and New Millennia…etc. Those with a petty sense of achievement like to crowd here, and for the same purpose, some even more petty go ...
... up the local creek, on the hunt for some Koalas. The hostel owner did tell us that people spotted the Koalas earlier that morning high up in the trees. Despite this and Maidy’s "Hawkeye", we were unable to see any of them. We did spot a huge eagles next with a very large bird resting in it while out paddling.
When we returned to the hostel, we packed up one last time and headed to the big ...