Eco Village Resort Mission Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as there was no one in it! Was nice of them.
Room was ok, no aircon so we baked a bit. Made food, had a shower then they put a film on while we used the internet.
When we went to go to bed there was a Rhinoceros beetle on the door handle, tried pulling it off but it hissed at me. Just worked around it after that.
Room was fairly hot, but not too bad.
... of my life, but one I don't think I'd do again - once is just enough I think. Safety gear removed, guide thanked for essentially not killing me and camera man thanked for filming the whole shebang so that people actually believe I did it, and it was time to chill on the beach and wait for the rest of our travel family to launch themselves out of planes. Thankfully, everyone made it back to Earth safely, however, a jumper in the group after theirs had to ...
... amp; had fallen into disrepair.
The last island was Bedarra, a resort which was deystroyed by cyclone Yasi. This resort was damaged beyond repair, & has been left to be reclaimed by the native vegetation. A new resort has since been built on the other side of the island, & is up & ...
... protection zone so passed lots of road signs with the bird's outlines on. We'd seen some in the Australia Zoo, allegedly the world's most dangerous bird the cassowary is flightless and looks like the love child between an emu and a turkey, or so we heard.
Mission Beach was beautiful but we only had time to stop for lunch so before long we were on our last run to ...
... his advice again and took drinks and nibbles down to Mourilyan port and marina to watch the sunset. Now this doesn’t sound too glamorous but it was idyllic. It is a natural deep water port and marina where a river mouth comes behind a hill and into the sea, so protecting the ships inside and it is primarily a sugar port ( 13% of Queenslands raw sugar is shipped from there,) but also ships live cattle ...