Eco Village Resort Mission Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... much to see (its pretty much all banana groves) but it was nice to put a place to the name. We ended up staying the night here as the site we wanted to check into at Mission Beach was the cheapest and couldn't book into so knew we'd need to be there early to get a spot and after spending the afternoon at Millaa Milla, that wasn't happening. The spot we stayed at at Innisfail was a free camp spot by the side of the road but did the trick. Next morning we got ...
... the public. Jose Paronella arrived in Innisfail in 1913 and worked as a cane cutter, saving and then buying and selling cane fields until he had enough money to buy his dream block on land at Mena Creek. This is where he set about clearing the rainforest, building a home and then building his castle - all by hand. Today it is nothing more than a collection of ...
... s not until around midday or one o'clock that it starts to fill up again. We then stayed put for the next couple of days. It was a little luxury to have our caravan hooked up to a mains water supply. Our solar panels were getting plenty of sunlight, even though we set up on the shady side of the park (so glad now we got the portable panels and not the ones mounted to the roof of our van), so we had water, power and we weren't spending a cent! One of the places ...
... sweet, but very little flesh. In the centre is the large coffee bean. A few seeds were surreptitiously smuggled away, and he will have an attempt at growing them in a hothouse when we get back.
Next stop was Bowen, home of The Big Mango, and it is really big. The town of Bowen is small, but has a lot of old historical buildings. Some of these buildings are covered with murals telling some of its history. The other advantage of having historic buildings is that this town was ...
... which ended up being 4... which has now turned into a whole month. The people here were such a lovely group of people, I couldn't leave. Didn't particularly want to keep driving down south when the rainy season was still occurring whilst camping in a tent, so it made sense to stop off and see it through in a dry space.
The rafting was amazing, I loved it so much, a completely different type of adrenaline to skydiving, ...