At the Mango Tree Holiday Apartments
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... your entire life and when it does it just blows you away. At 8:30a this morning, we boarded the Silversonic cruise ship destined for the Great Barrier Reef. I thought I had an idea of how cool it would be to say “Yeah, I’ve scuba dived the Great Barrier Reef before.” But, as awesome as it sounds just to be able to tell someone that, it’s 1,000,000X better when you actually see ...
We survived Cyclone Nathan - it passed much further north. We were surprised when we woke to find that it had hardly affected us. The only sign that we saw of the storm was a flurry late evening when it looked as if we were in a car wash. Palms fronds waved frantically whilst crazy rain sprayed in all directions. It was an anticlimax but one that we were very happy to have! After retiring the villa to normality we went to Hartley's crocodile world. Close up these are ...
... in the event of a cyclone. Sharon has promised to keep us updated about the latest cyclone threat - Nathan - which headed out to sea but may come back in again. We walked along a very dark path behind the beach to the Beach Shack for dinner which had great food. The path was full of very large cane toads (we think) making very odd creaking noises. We'll explore more tomorrow in ...
... could have been just a big cloud for all I know but if it was then he's pulled the wool over everyone's eyes.
Anyway we arrived in Cairns. As I've alluded to in previous posts, it's Chinese New Year, and Cairns airport looked more like Shanghai airport as hundreds of Chinese tourists were collecting baggage from their flights. Cairns turned out to be very popular with the Chinese tourists.
We got into Cairns and located our hostel. The woman on ...
... was a horrendously badly named cheese... Obviously we bought it, and you'll see the name in the pictures - how did that get past a board of people?! Amazing. As a side note, I must say that shopping in Australia is ridiculously expensive for some reason, as are taxis for that matter, and I can't really figure out why - maybe we're just spoilt for cheap supermarkets in England... Anyway, we got some food but not meat because the butchers had just shut, and then we went along to the surf ...