Balboa Holiday Apartments
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Kids pool
- Free parking
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... was a fun day and an exciting day and definitely one that I'll remember forever. So we have two more days in total here in Australia. Today is Thursday and it's a leisurely travel day - we are spending the morning hanging out in Port Douglas getting last minute souvenirs for family and friends and then head back down to Cairns...and then we have about a day and a half in Cairns to walk around and check things out there. Hope this blog entry finds you well! ...
... pedal. The car was an auto, so my left foot had no job in driving and wasn’t used to it. Though why the left foot can’t be sensitive on the break I haven’t got a clue, it’s not like it has to deal with a clutch all the time… Anyway we set off for Cape Tribulation. We had the SatNav on Ari’s iPad, but it was pretty much one road all the way there. Scenery along the way was really nice. The whole of the way was Coastal really. ...
... for lunch. Cairns then onto Port Douglas.
I had chosen to stay here, its lovely, we are withing 5 minutes in each direction of the 4 mile beach, the shops and the marina.
Swim, and watched the fruit bats flying about, before heading out for a meal. The bar we chose is where both Luke and another friend Lauen stayed.
... environment for corals to thrive. The reef itself is 15 - 150 km offshore in water depths from 0 - 50 m. The water here is crystal clear and a beautiful turquoise blue like neither of us have ever seen! We took a boat carrying 30 tourists, 2 crew, and a young marine biologist/underwater photographer (Emma) who worked a couple days on the boats and couple days researching at the local university. The trip out to our first ...
... would happen if the sky-rail line snapped and we fell. It was very high up. But luckily we were safe and got back to the ground safely.
At Yungaburra, I saw the most amazing strangler fig. It is called "the curtain fig", and it is huge. Its roots hang down like a massive curtain. Check out my picture of it and the information board telling you how it grew.
At the Cairns Botanical Gardens I ...