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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... today, booking my hostel for Cairns tomorrow, finding a post office so I could send a couple of postcards, and arranging a shuttle bus to the airport ($18...things really aren't cheap here)!! This evening I went for a walk through Bicentennial Park, funnily enough a park between the grid-like streets and Darwin Bay. It's a lovely, narrow but open area which is full of people running, walking, doing cross fit!! ...
... in search of a good fishing spot. He returned later in the evening to tell us how he had hooked onto shark and had a fight on his hands for about 20 minutes until shark snapped him off. He also managed to get the Ranger bogged in the soft sand - lucky for those Maxx Trax he bought - he managed to get himself out of trouble fairly easily before the tide came in. In the morning we all got up early to do some fishing on the beach. ...
... place to hang out, watch the sunset and then enjoy the street performers and taste the most amazing food! You are spoilt for choice between yummy seafood, Japanese, Mexican, Chinese, fresh tropical fruits and other treats for your tastebuds including buffalo and crocodile. There are a huge variety of stalls to browse through and pickup something unique as a souvenir (including plenty of overpriced crocodile products and aboriginal artwork).
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We are leaving a little bit before the job is actually finished but the team assured us that there were enough of them to finish things off. I want to get back to Yeppoon before the school holidays finish so I can have a bit of time with the kids before they have to go back to school.
... down the 136 steps to the creek and had a swim in the lovely cool water, hissssszz.Florence Falls were really nice and not too many other tourists about. The same couldn’t be said for our next stop, Buley Rock Pools, which, though nice were a bit crowded. That didn’t stop us dipping in for a quick cool down, hissssszz.Later we checked into our air conditioned (such a good decision) cabin inLichfield Tourist Park to chill! The following ...