201 Lake Street
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Rainforest as a new visitor centre was being built and the work scared away much wildlife. It is great to report that the wildlife seems to have returned gradually and the centre is really superb, using new technology and colourful displays including videos, recordings, electronic microscopes etc to showcase the biology and geology of the area as well as presenting personal information provided by the original owners. Even better, the volunteer ...
Despite a poor night of sleep, Becky and I were up with the sun to venture out on another early-morning tour. Today, we were going to the Great Barrier Reef. I have to admit - I hadn't built up a huge amount of enthusiasm for this trip, I have a number of different thoughts on it, after all. Part of me is quite against trips to the coral reef because of the destruction that they can cause (and trust me, this is a real threat to another eco system), and then part of me ...
... happy to welcome him.
We check out of our hotel in PD and are honestly happy to move on. The beds were uncomfortable and the staff unprofessional and not very friendly. There are 4 of them there and I honestly don't know what they do as there are only 22 rooms and they always seem too busy to deal with guests. We check into a Hilton in Cairns - after desperately searching online for a hotel and everything is booked because of Chinese ...
... out in the AM on my morning run. It’s steep stairs pretty much the whole way up and down, through gorgeous native forest teeming with wild turkeys (smaller than the U.S. variety) and other wildlife. We went at the hottest time of the day, counting on the shade of the forest to keep us from expiring.
The hardest part of the outing was getting to the hike. The Botanic Gardens are only a mile or so from the hotel, but to get ...
... average in size but it's free so we couldn't really complain, it'll save us around £15 for dinner. Most hostels in Oz also charge for wifi, this one doesn't but it has a 300mg limit per day but better than nothing. Whilst having dinner we started getting wet even though we were under cover, we realised a massive storm had started with thunder like id never heard before, it sounded like the hostel was falling down. The ...