BEST WESTERN Central Plaza Apartments
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... easy to say and do while I'm here, but having already met people who have taken the 'no worries,' 'go with the flow,' 'work to live,' etc. mentalities into 'real life' and into the workplace, I'm down for a challenge. (Someone remind me to read this section sometime in the future if I get lost in work again eh?) - Spending time alone is important. When you have no one else around - no other opinions and no compromises to make - what do you spend your time doing? ...
... then headed to the lagoon to let 27 degree rays radiate our bodies. By 5pm, i felt like id been hit in the face by a bus, the whole body in fact. I was so tired. After popping to the supermarket and making some dinner we decided 6.30pm was a tad to early to head to bed so we went for a romantic evening stroll along the promenade and around the marina. It was pretty nice actually, still warm, everyone dining in the sea front restaurants, lots of holiday makers and tourists, I ...
... was great; multiple pools, splash park, mini golf, fire engine rides, and heaps more. It was almost too big and too awesome. We had to hike to the pool with all our gear. They need a resort shuttle bus! We spent 13 nights in Cairns and did a fair bit of relaxing by the pool. That's what you should do when it is 30 degrees and sunny everyday..... But we also did: Skyrail - our first tourist attraction disaster! Hamish had a monster meltdown ...
Just gone lunch time and we made it to Cairns. Only stopping for couple of days before we head out to Port Douglas and The Tablelands. Wandered into town along the Esplande, once again no expense spared in building lovely lagoon for swimming, children's playgrounds, outdoor volley ball, skate boarding parks. You name it ...
... that she saw a Kiwi (nocturnal, flightless bird) sitting on a fence!
The, predominately two lane, highway A1, is always a few kilometres in land except for one small town, Cardwell. As with yesterday, we discovered the terrain was devoted primarily to sugar cane, interspersed with banana and pineapple plantations. They are cutting and hauling the cane and use a small gauge railway to haul the cane to the refineries, which seem to appear about ...