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Arrived in cairns today after a short 3h flight from Sydney. Traveling in Australia, one realizes how miserable US air travel has become. Check in was painless and electronic, no lines at security and we kept our shoes on! They didn't even care about liquids. And the flight was not overbooked so we had plenty of overhead space.The movie was **** …
... hostel we met Josh, a very nice guy from the UK. Through him we ended up going off-roading together with Dona, a French lady and the Pajero, Josh's Mitsubishi Pajero from 1985, indestructible, as you will realize when having a look at the pictures. It was a great experience, followed with a fun night at the hostel. The weekend had passed and we could finally pick up Movi from the mechanic. After a quick re-arrangement of our stuff we happily checked out. It was no longer just ...
... of death' when people randomly plunge to their death over the 8 ft metal fence. After more walking and coffee they headed for Paddy's markets (take 2) but unfortunately it was once again closed. Oops. So they holed up in a bar and had a drink while they stole free wifi waiting for me I finish packing away the cheese. I was pretty hank and Had massive ceeeebz to walk all the way home so we just went straight to the food court in Chinatown. The food was once again ...
The day we've all been waiting for has finally arrived. Sun was out, 29c and a usual muggy feel but on top of the big catamaran that took us out it was no problem. So my main massive **** up happened when offered the chance to scuba dive on the reef for just $75 extra for 3 x 45 minute dives!! Over the moon about diving on the reef I was in a good mood as I filled out the forms signing my life away. Too good a mood. Forgetting I was in Australia, the land full of stupidly ...
... all that way and not dip your toes into the Coral Sea. On the way back to Cairns we stopped at an exotic fruit ice creamery (heaven), where we sampled wattle seed, macadamia, wild apricot & mango flavoured ice cream. They were all very delicious. We finally arrived back at the hotel at 6pm, and after a quick swim (not enough water for the day) we headed out for an Indian meal. Truly what did Alan expect when he said it was my turn to choose where we ate? We are planning a quiet day ...
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