Castaways Resort & Spa Mission Beach
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Expensive but beautiful! Shame they couldn't cater for us all for dinner.
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Ok so probably should have started this sooner as my memory is **** but here goes ... So decided to travel Australia in the March and set off on April the 14th. Let me tell you the flights are not fun (if you was James because I slept like 20hrs of 28 travelling). We landed in Brisbane and was met at the airport by my auntie Jo and stayed at her …
... we were at Mission Beach. We were rather dismayed to see the exchange property which would be more accurately described as a beach shack. As an introduction Jan the owner said "whoever buys this place will knock it down so we're not spending any money in it"! In it's favour it is in a fantastic location with a million dollar view but in our book a house needs some basics like windows (yes some rooms have window ...
... Malanda, Dinner and Wallicher Falls. They are all different in their own way but by the end of the day the children were feeling a bit like a tourist after a day of museums in Paris, "Do we have to see another one?". Highlights for Dom and I were the Wallicher Falls (beautiful little 1.5km walk in and out) and seeing the Milla Milla Falls and Crater again. ...
We knew today would be a big day but everyone was excited to get to Mission Beach. After almost 600km of dirt roads yesterday, we had our last 200 km of dirt today. By the time we reached Laura we were so happy to be back on bitumen. That was the end of the dirt finally.
We travelled 589 km today and 27,418 km in total over 5 months.
And with a final few comments from the boys:
This holiday has been an adventure that I ...
... and molasses. As it was Sunday, there was not much activity at the port or the marina – but still. The guy also recommended getting a pie from the little bakery on the road into here – so guess what we are having for morning tea tomorrow! Interesting fact #1 - until 1910 Innesfail was called Geraldton.
On our way here we called into the Nerada Tea Plantation – again the ...