BeachView Apartments at Villa Paradiso
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... punctuate it. Tonight we ate in the night market from one of the Chinese all-you-can-fit-on-a-plate places. Turns out Becky can fit quite a lot in a little Tuppaware tub. It rained more on the way back, getting heavier, but still just as windless. In the common room tonight it is molten. The air is thick and heavy with heat. I'm sweating more here than I was in the sun. Our room tonight has air con, but for the next month? Not so ...
... with our cases and recommended Vivo for dinner, good choice!
A relaxing day today exploring Palm Cove which is a glorious beach about 30 seconds from our apartment and of course checking out the coffee, lunch, dinner places and the spas!! Had breakfast in a place called Chill and the waitress told us where the bottle shop was.
We had a lovely coffee stop on the beach front and would you believe the owner was from High Wycombe!! We did some shopping for ...
... in the sun during our short summer. Here I'm lathered from head to toe and after 10 minutes I'm in the shade checking for burns because I'm sure I missed a spot. Northern Australia, which is where we are now is surprising close to the equator. Think south of the Caribbean close if you want to compare it to home. 10 minutes in the sun here is as good as 40 minutes back home. Dinner was outstanding. ...
... from the local tribes. They all contained stories explaining how and where the art was done so they were all really interesting to look at. Some of the pieces were beautiful so we might purchase something small for the house before we leave on Thursday. After the gallery we strolled around the esplanade, I brought a Thomas Sabo koala charm for my bracelet, and since we were walking as fast as ...
... disappeared with the second bottle of red. Mark got over his jet lag and spoke. There was a didgeridoo competition where three women were invited on stage for the innuendo. They got a quick lesson on a huge painted horn followed by a Henry Hoover (white mans didge) before having a didge off. The prizes were a generous swing over a canyon, body boarding lessons or the much sought after, life changing Tropic Days T-shirt. We headed to bed to find mark had been replaced by Meghan ...