Inn Cairns Boutique Hotel
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... accessed through collapsed portions of the lava tubes. The caverns and collapsed lava tubes are home to Mareeba rock wallabies, bats and a variety of insects and spiders (about 50 species of animals have been identified in the caverns). We were fortunate and caught a glimpse of the rare Mareeba rock wallaby and saw a small colony of bats (these are small ones like we have in Canada and not the giant flying foxes). The air quality can ...
... to swim slowly over the reef and look out for some of the harder to find creatures. Fiona even managed to find an octopus!
Our time on the reef was soon over though and we had to head back to dry land. It was a great trip and Fiona and I both thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. If we get the chance, we will definitely try to do some more diving while we are travelling.
(PS: We do have some underwater photos but I can't upload these at the moment.)
... to put it! We chilled at the esplanade until about 5pm when the weather turned, it had been a lot cloudier than yesterday so there wasn't much chance of a suntan anyway! I got advised by someone who'd lived in Oz 6 years to wear lots of sun cream because the sun 'will kill you', always nice to be thought of! As soon as the clouds started turning we thought it'd be best to go back to the hostel as we were used to Asia's ...
... difficult to find a phone shop here but if you want to do some excursion like diving or rafting you find that on every corner Christmas does also exist here it's just funny to have a Christmas tree between all these Palm trees :) And in cairns there's a big swimming pool in the center open for everybody next to the sea Back in the hotel we wanted to go for dinner at ...
... exercise classes around the lagoon bright and early in the morning.
Theres no way I can last here a week I thought to myself. The city has nothing to offer unless of course you do day tours and go out of Cairns etc which cost loads. I decided I would go to Port Douglas as I heard that it was beautiful and I would do my Great Barrier Reef experience from there as they had different outer reefs. Port Douglas was 30% more expensive than Cairns is what I was told. On ...