Eco Village Resort Mission Beach
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it was pretty cloudy and thundery...then just as we turned to make our way back to the hostel...the heavens opened and its absolutely chucked it down!! By the time we got back to the hostel, we were drenched! It was quite nice to actually be a bit cold though!!
We then had a quiet evening planning a few more bits, writing some of these, before getting an early night.
... were told how high we were and fear really started to windle its way in then - we were very high up in the plane at this point and still had another 12,000ft the climb. Fab. It didn't take very long for us to reach where we needed to be though and the door was slid open for the first one to jump. Once one had essentially been sucked out of the breadbin the next one was already sat legs dangling over the edge, waiting the few milliseconds before plunging to ...
... that paid us a visit... We had a glass of the vintage £2.50 Shiraz and cooked a feast of stir fry. As there wasn't much to see in the town we decided to spend the next day chilling by the pool at the campsite, have a beer or two in the sun and top up our tans... We had planned to meet up with Lauren and Han for a third unplanned weekend in a row as Mission Beach was only about 20 mins away from Tully. After speaking to Lauren, we were informed of a pool party taking place at a ...
... called Dan and Chris's was called Brandon. They got us kitted up into our harnesses before getting on the bus which would take us to the airfield. Our jump was to be the last of the day and wasn't full. A load of the staff came with us to make use of the spare space on the plane. There was just me, Chris and 2 German girls who'd not jumped before. They were all having a laugh on the bus and this made us feel really relaxed- I can imagine that if you were on ...
... these pols look shallow but are over a metre deep The rainforest all over this area has impressed me but I think this area went a little bit furthar - the buttressed tree roots and trunks, the ferns growing on trees, the moss on the rocks and the tall trees trying to reach the canopy for light. I even saw a male brush turkey scratching around and making his mound in the hope of attracting a female to ...