Papillon Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... valid for 7 days so you can go back. Just as we arrived a Cassowary was walking through the undergrowth with a chick - we just caught a glimpse before they disappeared. This was rare as there are reckoned to only be 75 in the whole forest. We climbed the 28m tower to view the rainforest from different levels, On the drive back Nia spotted an emu so all in all a pretty good day for animal sporting ...
... in to the rapids of this big fast flowing river. We weren't there long enough to be able to swim unfortunately. A great day out, for our last day in Oz. Still feeling bit ill, no energy, queasy, headache. Hope it will pass soon. It has just been on news, that Palm Cove beach has been closed today and for the foreseeable future after 2 people stung by Irukanje jellyfish! We fly to Hong Kong ...
... been to us so washing up had to be done first.. whilst I was doing this the housekeeper arrived and said she would come back to us in about 10 minutes. We made lunch together - satay noodles and a cheese sandwich. It wasn't Michelin star but it filled a hole! After lunch we headed back to the pool area, and found the sun was now behind us so we decided to change our bed location - it was a good move because 20 or so minutes later more people arrived to sit out and there was ...
... trees that are direct descendants or remain largely unchanged since the dinosaur era - literally a garden of living fossils. This array of plants, still thriving today, is a major reason that the the wet tropics rainforest in this area qualified as a World Heritage Site. Australia is also home to some of the oldest types of life on earth, the mound-building stromatolites a primitive single celled lifeform that originated over 3.5 ...
Off to Green Island today. What a big day. Drove down to the marina and hopped on a cruiser, 40 minutes later we were at Green Island, what an oasis. We all put on out snorkelling gear and we were off to explore the Great Barrier Reef. The coral was amazing and the colours of ...