Peppers Blue On Blue Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
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... disappointed. Not saying who but she should stick with the majority. After a nice rest we ventured forth to Picnic Bay. The beaches here are just the best. The foreshore at Picnic Bay is fabulous. We walked and enjoyed the whole area. Had an ice cream to celebrate our visit. We then found our way to Cockle Bay and further along the gravel road to West Point. No, not the American Military Academy but another beach. There are a few houses out ...
... This was one of the things I had been looking forward to for the entire trip. I’m really glad Sophie decided to do it, too. I didn’t think she was going to come for a while. We piled onto a boat with about 40 other people and headed out into the outer reef for about 40 minutes. It was a beautiful journey and, when the sun rose, it was really hot (maybe 28 degrees). On the way, the crew gave us an introduction to diving (as first timers) and we got kitted out with equipment. ...
... We got to Horseshoe Ranch and were assigned our horses. Laura's was horse was obviously going to be ginger and was called Cookie and I had Oakey. We set off on the trek through the bush and saw wild wallabies. It was really fun, and I got to have a bit of a canter too. A few of us went on a different trail as we had ridden before. We all met up on the beach....time to ride in the sea. We got down to our bikinis and saddles were off. Riding bareback was scary enough, ...
... Alva. We got fuel as it was the cheapest we have seen for a long time $1.26 before 4cent discount went for a walk around town found a few dress shops much to the boys disgust . Back on the road no lunch we by passed a few free camp spots before we stopped at Guthalungra rest area for the night. Had lunch 3pm played cards and had Happy Hour until we couldn't see the card ...
... br> We came across our first example of a 'Queenslander'.
Queensland is renowned for these dwellings which are built on stilts in order to remain above flooding which is common in this region of the state..
Not long after leaving Hughenden we came across lines of old cars which were taking part in the 'shitbox rally'
This is a charity event where ...