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... the rendezvous point, and within minutes we were underway. From there the ride was uneventful. We pulled into Rockhampton at 11:30pm, caught a taxi to our hostel, and crashed.
Our time in Rocky (as the locals call it) has been pretty mellow. We had to go shopping before having breakfast the morning after we arrived, and it ended up being a longer trip because, due to it being Good Friday tomorrow, ...
Leaving Airlie Beach we once again joined the "Bruce Highway" and drove towards Cairns. As we could only reach it by driving all day we decided to break the journey at Mission Beach. Margaret had found a B&B on the internet and we arrived there to find a beautiful home run by a lovely couple, Dot and Noel. We were welcomed as if we were family then took a walk to the beach. Once more we found a fabulous ...
... the first attempt! Having this panic she decided she would join the driver for the day and watch the crazy guys hit every rock in the river! Michael jumped on the board and the first obstacle he hit was a grade 3 rapid called the shoot. This was great fun and the rest just got rockier from there! Think between the four guys, they hit every rock possible, but was great fun! The best rapid was the one right at the end, we had to aim at a massive rock and hope the water ...
... atmosphere with new facilities and a huge, rarely used pool. The next day we decided to travel back to Mission to see the famous beach... Unfortunately we were a bit disappointed. The sand had a lot of debris from the sea and the water was very murky... Maybe we just had high standards after Cape Trib and South America? However, it was delightfully warm so we had a paddle in the water, had a sunbathe then made our way back to camp. The campsite was not that busy but there were a ...
... much to see (its pretty much all banana groves) but it was nice to put a place to the name. We ended up staying the night here as the site we wanted to check into at Mission Beach was the cheapest and couldn't book into so knew we'd need to be there early to get a spot and after spending the afternoon at Millaa Milla, that wasn't happening. The spot we stayed at at Innisfail was a free camp spot by the side of the road but did the trick. Next morning we got ...