Island Palms Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... some time that I'd lost! By the time I emerged onto the start of the 'Forts Walk' it was already 1pm. I figured I had 1 hour and 15 mins before the next bus into town , however the walk was estimated at taking 2 hours, uh oh. I decided to take a risk and go for the walk anyway, and as it turns out it only took me 55 minutes, who'd have though it! It was a lovely walk really, with lots of koalas just hanging around in the tops of the trees. We even saw one with a baby on ...
... br> To be continued....
We waren weer vroeg op voor de wedstrijd Brazilie-Nederland. Leuke wedstrijd en geode winst voor Nederland.
We zijn na het ontbijt gaan vissen , grappig was dat een kind van 6 jaar naast ons een kanjer van een flathead viste en alle andere vissers op het strand het schaamrood op de wangen bracht. Klein jochie was ape trots. Kort erna had ik een kleine vangst.
... bus that went to our hostel.
We are staying at Base Backpackers for our free night courtesy of the Oz Experience. It is a pretty nice hostel, literally right on the beach, which is sweet. We have a hut all to our own, but it does seem to be a bit of a party hostel. So we are reserving judgement until tonight.
We left the hostel and went for a 'hike,' we walked up to the top of a hill looking for the trail head. We never found it though so ...
... jumped off at 'The Forts' where we went on a 4km walk up to old gun emplacements and observation posts built during World War 2!! The Forts complex was built to spot military aircraft! It was incredible! (Hard work in the heat but very enjoyable). The views from the lookout points were sensational and possibly some of the very best we have seen. The standard was set at Arthur Bay lookout at the start of the walk and just got better and better!! We even saw a couple of wild ...
... Dorm of 6 was beyond me! Having put up with it, we decided to go for a walk to Picnic Bay. On the way, everywhere seemed deserted until, as we neared the Promenade at Picnic Bay, we could hear music (all the shops were shut) and we turned a corner to discover where all the Aussies had come! The bar was busy and full so we stopped for a drink and even had a go at a music quiz (very hard as we didn't know that many Australian Songs other than Crowded House (i know they are from NZ) ...