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Travel Blogs from Palm Cove
... We then headed for a large crater where Sid threw a rock into the water which which made a gun shot noise a surreal experience. A short walk to Dinner falls which name had derived from people having their dinner at the foot of the waterfall. Back in the minivan for our final stop of the day to see the indangered animal called the Platypus. A brief encounter but worth starring at the water waiting patiently. Our home for the night a cosy 8 bedded dorm but with a ...
... to savour. We are in our final week and it beggars belief where the time has gone. Chill out is gradually seeping into the bones. Having said all that we are off on what is probably our last trip of our adventure. We leave early in the morning for a 4wd trip up to Cape Tribulation and the Bloomfield track. It is a further exploration of the Daintree rainforest and we are really looking forward to it. I'll report all the happenings tomorrow, swimmers are packed. ...
We quickly realised everything trickled the moment we stepped outside, so what better way to feel some much needed breeze on your face (and other areas) than a train ride 327 metres up to the mountain village of Kuranda...?
Built in the early 1890's, the historical Kuranda railway is a two hour each way/37km scenic train journey, climbing up through Barron Gorge ...
... cried, when we should (and shouldn't) have done. I think most importantly, we never once argued, when we definitely should have done. We moved our life to Sydney. Quite literally.. (Emma was living out here). I suppose now, on reflection, I can laugh a little. After a short lived job working in a gym I decided enough was enough and flew here to Cairns. Emma has had a stroke of luck and has found potential Physio work at Canberra University which is right up her street. ...
... to book everyone on in time. I decided to leave my panniers on the jetty, and go and hunt for some safe bike storage whilst everyone queued. I was going to have to leave the bike for 48 hours on its own in a big city, so locking it up in the open would not do. After riding about for 20 or 30 minutes, I found a hotel with underground parking, with signs proudly announcing it was all covered by CCTV. Fingers crossed this would do! I got back to the boat at 8.30, rushed and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet