Cairns City Apartments (Clarendon, Beaumont & Regency on Spence)
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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It was decided that as we had been none stop for the last few days, a lazy day was due. So that's what we did on the 11th... Went to the shops and got some bits, bought dinner in the form of pasta along with pastry breakfasts. Booked a trip to visit to reef for Saturday but apart from that We didn't really do anything overly practical except, took …
Today is Uncle Brian's rainforest tour! I looked out of the window of our dorm room and it was absolutely ******* it down, I was already slightly unsure about this trip (I'd heard it was super fun but sooo cheesy and I am 100% not into cheese) so the fact it was raining made me even more doubtful. We were greeted at 8.10am by our tour guide Cousin Lindsay and I have never met a more outgoing person in my entire life - ...
... dry west of the Great Dividing Range, they are all desperate for some good rainfall.
Hot air balloons fly past the Mareeba farm every morning and at times land on the farm here. They look so majestic flying by early in the morning and it is exciting to see them land close by.
Julie and I have also been on 2 trips to Cairns. The Esplanade area of Cairns is just beautiful. We have met up ...
... and at about 9am, about half of us at a time were given a fairly detailed briefing on the bridge by the captain regarding the nature of the cargo and the ships operations.
Travelling steadily north at about 12 knots, we were always in sight of either the coast, or a series of small islands ...
... of the time allowed on the reef. Charl is first to spot a family of Clown Fish but the elusive turtles are nowhere to be seen. We see Parrot Fish, Wrasses and other larger types but are disappointed not to see any stingray or reef sharks. I also notice that the reef is badly bleached in areas where it has died off. Back on board we are served a tasty lunch of steak, sausage, salads, rice and rolls. While we are feeding face, the skipper has set sail for our next ...