Peppers Blue On Blue Resort
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Saturday morning saw us walking down to the ferry terminal to catch the ferry over to Magnetic Island for our weekend away in a five star resort.
We decided on the ferry that it would be fun to hire a convertible for the weekend, so I phoned a company on the way and arranged that they would pick us up from the terminal to take us to their …
... a rock slide, which was so much fun! Josh spotted a massive orange and black spider there too. Luckily we were already out of the water by that point. The drive home was pretty relaxing, and we saw a few fields of sugar cane on fire (the farmers do this on purpose to smoke out the rodents I think), which was spectacular against the sunset. That evening, we were homeless from when we got dropped off in town at 7pm until we got our bus at 12.15am. We made the most of our time and sat on ...
... only went and won :-) Next was knights, mounts and cavaliers. In pairs we had to perform the action the quickest. Knights l sat on Laura's knee, mounts I gave Laura a piggy back, cavaliers I had to lift Laura like I was carrying her over the threshold! We got so far and ended up third. I was impressed with my lifting skills. Last was heads or tails.....let's say it was much more than a coin toss. Saddle sore.....will be walking like John Wayne tomorrow.
Had a great weekend at the V8 Supercars in Townsville . Really enjoyed the racing on a brilliant track that was very spectator friendly. After the racing we joined thousands of people in a huge marque entertained by The Living End ... a really good night.
Sunday we left Townsville and headed north to Toomulla Free Bush Camp on the coast .We met some Aussies travellers our age and had a great 3 days fishing ( Leigh caught a Brim ) and just hanging out. In Townsville we bought ...
... Jabiru so we were still happy.
The next was Palmation Batanic gardens which were a lot larger but part was closed due to
the number of specticaled flying foxes. Before we went for a walk we had tea and cake at the Tea House. There we a few birds around including a very friendly Blue Winged Kookaburra.
As it was still over 30 and the promised rain never came we decided we'll ...