Mission Beach Resort
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... back when residents were asked to feed them they are regular visitors but it is now illegal to feed them. After a roast dinner (the first in nearly 3 months)at the local holiday camp we returned to the B&B had a couple of games of pool then turned in. The next morning following a leisurely breakfast we said our goodbyes and joined the Bruce Highway (G'Day Bruce). Dot had told us of an attraction on the ...
... 5 star rating from all who frequent. Thus, a mass upload of photos to social media and family video calls from all 12 parties in the group began, whilst chilling out on bean bags in the common area discussing the following day's activities (and probably the thing I was most nervous about in the whole trip) - the skydive over the Great Barrier Reef from 14,000ft up high. We all decided to splash out and have a BBQ the night before the skydive, with the theory that ...
... with a big, curved pool surrounded by big sun lounger/beds with cushions and posh umbrellas. We spent most of the night mucking around in the pool, drinking the lethal Fijian Rum that we were carrying around with us through aus, until it was time to get a taxi back to our campsite and drag ourselves to bed. This part of the night is extremely hazy and Kate woke up with a massive cut on the sole of her foot which didn't heal for a good 6 weeks afterward and left her hobbling around ...
... eggs in there. When the mound is built (it can be up to 2 M wide and 1M high) the female comes along, has a look, tests the inside temperature and if everything is OK will then mate with the male and lay eggs which he then looks after. More than one female can lay her eggs in the same mound. He keeps the temperature constant by testing it with his beak and either scratching debris away or putting more on ...
... his metal file out of the tool box and filed away the offending piece of plastic. That's one trick that won't be able to be pulled on us! When we got up the next morning we packed our camp (we hadn't even rolled out the awning as we knew we would be trying for a spot in Bushy Parker Park the next morning) and relocated about a hundred metres back up the park. As there is a 48 hour time limit in this park, the turn over of vans leaving each morning is pretty good ...