Eco Village Resort Mission Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to drop to a more tolerable level we returned to our hotel to shower and pick a place for dinner. We wandered downtown again getting our sweat on. We ended up in a Brazilian restaurant which is really any meat lovers dream. The waiters bring all kinds of roasted skewered meat to your table and will cut off a slice of anything you desire. Beef, pork, chicken wings, chicken hearts (which I braved but Ry didn't), chicken wrapped in bacon, lamb, pork belly, ribs, baby octopus, ...
... I made myself at home :-) I did some food shopping and chilled out for the rest of the day. In the evening I got chatting to some other people and then the hostel staff took us to the beach for a little bonfire and a few drinks which was pretty ...
... death. I was fourth (we had two other jumpers from another group on our plane) and after watching Aaron fly out of the plane there are no other words to describe how I was feeling other than absolutely ******** myself (as you'll see in the video). Legs dangling over the edge, pre-banana-ing for the imminent exit and I just remember being unable to conceive how high I actually was - clouds looked small and very far away put it that way. Then out we were. Now, ...
After spending the last two weeks traveling through North Queensland, I am totally in love. The tranquil beaches, perfect climate, beautiful tropical landscape, wildlife and the relaxed attitude everyone has - there really are no worries in North Queensland.
We have spent the last four days in the amazing little village of South Mission Beach located on the Cassowary Coast, about 25kms east of Tully. It is ...
... 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 ...