Silky Oaks Lodge
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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There was plenty of shade on the walk but the humidity was making us sweat like mad.
The trees in there were cool.
Once we got back from that walk we went for another drive further along the road. Stopped for a look at a few places. Saw a butterfly place, but we’ve already seen so many butterflies.
Turned around and headed back. Went to another boardwalk that we’d missed. This one was a bit better, in footing that is. There were lots ...
... trouble - the girls are in heaven. Within a day they are so in love they have planned their college places and jobs here, with residency on the cards. I’m not surprised - this place is seductive. Rob and I are enjoying it too - although we’ve both been down the road of ? stay ? go in the past and decided against - I just want to enjoy being here in the Australian sun and relax.
We arrived at the airport and hired a car - a 7 seater so we ...
... finished off at a freshwater pool (no crocs here!) so we went for a swim. When we arrived as walked past there had been about 20 people swimming, splashing and jumping off rocks- now we had it to ourselves which was much quieter! We had missed the last bus back, so walked the 30 minutes back down the road to the visitor centre. Luckily they hadn't shut our car in the car park! Back to our hostel in the evening to cook tea and chillax by the pool ...
... the more different stuff ye see like termite mounds, we passed one lot that looked like a graveyard with all the gravestones scattered all over the place, these are small mounds in comparison with some of the monsters ye meet around the place.
We arrived in Karumba, hot, dusty and tired but cold beer and sunset awaited us...great spot and the size of the fish they catch here are incredible, I still think the only way to fish is with hand grenades.There was a great ...
... proper rain. It has been a bit of an adjustment for us, everything getting wet, after no rain for months apart from a bit in Perth when we were house dwellers. Anyway, it's warm, sometimes humid, and hasn't rained everyday, however sometimes I feel part amphibian with the damp and as wonderful as this area is for holidaying with its spectacular beauty; mountains, coastline, plants, bird life and butterflies, it is not my natural habitat. Still we had a lovely time in this ...