So yes, while I may be heavily contradicting myself, we did still have fun at El Questro. And we are really glad we went. But we did leave there with a dark cloud hanging over our heads, after all of the natural beauties we had discovered throughout Australia, El Costro managed to turn something so beautiful into one gigantic dollar sign.
After our morning visit, we journeyed back out to the Gibb River Road for our final stretch of corrugation. As we approached the bitumen on the horizon, we realised that our four day bbbbbumpy drive had come to an end. We were to return to the smoothness of the bitumen, our ears would no longer ring and our heads would no longer bang. We were to return to peaceful bliss... for now at least.
Site : Parrys Creek Farm Stay
Rating : 11 / 20
Facilities : Really peaceful setting, great open spaces. Has a pool, camp kitchen, hot showers featuring an abundance of frogs, restaurant, campfires allowed. Nestled right next to a lagoon that you're strongly advised to steer clear of the banks thanks to the Saltwater Croc that invited himself in during the wet season.
Tommy found a cast net that had been left behind by a fisherman, it was ripped and was in need of much R&R. After spending over 10hours (and that's no exaggeration!) on the net, he now has himself a 'like-new' cast net for baitfish and prawns.. except I wouldn't allow him to test it out in the lagoon... one guess why.