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After checking out Mission Beach this morning, we made our way to Tully. This is part of the floodway and there is a giant wellington boot monument with a frog that you can climb up. The welly height represents the highest amount of rainfall that they received in one year, approx 79 metres. It is renowned to be the wettest town in Australia owing …
... a very tasty treat. Also got some barra and chips to have for tea tonight.
I note that in the tourist towns on the coast the price of Diesel is around the $1.72 mark but still $1.64 here.
The Mareeba rodeo is on this weekend and the town has been building up to it all week. A big event for this little town.
The people across the road(Ann & Lindsay) are from Launceston and have been visited by Anns sister ...
... Central shopping Mall and is blissfully met with the ice cold air conditioning as the walk gets him a tad sweaty! He then does a day shift there and walks home to transform into the gorgeous colours - orange, green and white and he is ready for battle on the pitch for the FNQ team! On average he trains and plays two to three times a week and sometimes a match on the Saturday where he gets a lift with the other lads. The football team have well and truly took Joe ...
... piece in your mouth. In some ways it also feels a bit claustrophobic. I didn't last the full time and got out. It's something I will need to practice more of before I get used to it. At least I got to see some of the reef and the first, even if it was a bit meerky. A number of people said that too when they got back that it wasn't very clear. Guess the weather has been a bit rough the last few days. We get served lunch on the boat and so get taken out in a glass ...
... boy dressed in a leotard. They left little to the imagination, picture the Call on Me video but with boys, they were the real winners in our eyes. Our next adventure was a jeep safari on Fraser Island, the worlds biggest sand island. We met our group of 8 and piled into our jeep, Ron Burgundy. We had two French girls and a German girl, all really lovely and the language barriers were hilarious. Then there was the boys, Cynan, Sam and Josh. Josh was from Essex and ...
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