BEST WESTERN Central Plaza Apartments
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... the instructor and me, even though she was allowed to go off independently. Once she got going though, it seems as though she enjoyed it. The first thing we came across that really surprised me was a giant clam. Now, everyone knows what a clam is, right? These things are huge. I've never seen anything like it. It could probably eat me if it felt so inclined. Our instructor waved a hand above and it quickly snapped closed. Very weird. It was at this point I realised how ...
... to build up and develop a network or database of clients that I could work with on a casual basis so I still had money coming in whilst we were away. After all, writing is something you can do on the go. It had always been the goal to supplement this with bar work, or, if I absolutely must, kitchen work. Since we've been out here, the only jobs going seem to be for kitchen work, and after being out of the industry for nearly three ...
... and with a prior warning of the potential snake, mainly all of which are poisonous, running in your pants through grass in a campsite in the middle of the night to the toilet is not recommended...I was lucky. Other benefits of a camper is that you have solar floor heating and a cold tap that also offers you hot water dependant on the outside temperature - can you sense the sarcasm? Before leaving Cairns we took a trip to the Aboriginal cultural park of ...
... from the occasional kangaroo that would just hop right in front of you on the path! No worries mate, you have the right of way here Mr. Roo so allow me to get out of your way! We were able to see all the usual Australian critters - kangaroos, snakes, crocodiles, cassowaries, dingos, etc. but first we were asked "would you like to hold a koala for a picture?" What?! That's possible here?! Why yes it is in Queensland so sign us up! Wolfgang said it was best to stop right ...
... and didn’t seem to regret missing out on the full snorkeling experience. All the other kids on the trip, with the exception of Alyssa, used the rings as well. The girls and I then took a glass-bottom boat tour of the reef while Jonathan got some more snorkeling time in – we got close-ups of corals, and he got to see a shark. Probably the right combination.
The sun exposure sucked the energy out of us, and on the ride ...