Magnetic International Resort
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... het heerlijke winter weer :-)
We hebben na het success van gisteren weer een ananas gekocht ...jesus die zijn echt lekker. Toen was het tijd om een mooie fles Champagne te openen die we bewaard hadden mocht Nederland wereld kampioen worden....helaas had hem liever Maandag ochtend geproefd. Morgen de troost finale voor Oranje... laatste keer vroeg opstaan.
Lot's of love/Groetjes,
Shirley and Mark
... YHA, I was now an official YHA member after paying for 10 nights stay…result, hello discounts, Very helpful guy on the end of the phone advised me to use the Ferry service to the island called "FantaSea" as they allow free secure car park for several days, and with student card I got a return for $18, instead of $25, or $30+ which the other provider charges. Result. Hello Magnetic Island. I packed an overnight bag and planned to just explore ...
It was a lovely sunny morning when we went and got the ferry to Magnetic Island. It took twenty minutes of smooth sailing to get to the island. Once we were there we got a daily bus ticket and caught the bus to Picnic Bay, this is where the ferry previously berthed and there is a long jetty there. We had a walk around, watched people fishing and admired the view. We continued our bus trip to Horseshoe Bay and had a lovely lunch at ...
... on would actually get us back, we might have enjoyed a private beach for a while, but instead we carried on, quite quickly in the heat, to get back before sunset and mosquito o'clock. We barbecued and played poker. It was lovely. The only sad part was bit seeing any koalas, though we heard one not dad off and we saw loads of wallabies and beautiful birds. It was a lovely, relaxing time and set the mood and pace for the next several stops along the ...
... which is not only home to koalas but also some native birds and reptiles. Apart from holding a small crocodile, a two-headed lizard and a python we could also hold a koala named Thor. Although he is quite young, he already develops a distinct (disgusting) odour which males use to mark their territory. It was still a lovely experience!
We stayed in Townsville for another night to relax before our six hour bus trip to Cairns on the next day.
Judith & ...