Cairns City Apartments (Clarendon, Beaumont & Regency on Spence)
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- grandiose kostenlose Schlafplätze zB direkt am Strand
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Today we headed up to Palm Cove, to meet Dev's friend Amy. First of all we had to go to Apex in Cairns to pick up a hire car that we got for the day. It turned out to be a red version of Marge, so in a flash of brilliant originality, we called her Red Marge... Back on the road, we arrived in Palm Cove and picked up Amy. We worked out that it was the first time we had seen her in 18 months so it was ...
... didn't like long distance calls. Little ones Spike was very sad to say goodbye to his friend who had travelled with them on the van but he got very excited when Nanny showed him the hotel room. He had his very own little bed and it was very cosy. He went to sleep that night dreamt of the lovely girls in Sileby, Olivia, Martha and Ivy who in his dream were being visited by Matilda, Courtney and Archie. When he woke he realised what a very lucky hedgehog he was. ...
... and Penguin cruise, what a great trip! Two hours of Dolphins surfing beside the boat, watching Sea Lions resting on the beach and finish off landing on penguin Island which is a marine reserve, where you can see seabirds nesting in their natural habitat and if you are lucky see the Penguins nesting in the beach. We have been on trips before where there are about twenty boats all trying to view the same Dolphins or turtles or whatever. This trip was just our boat with 20 people on board ...
... stay for the 3 days it was just beautiful, fresh running spring water (no crocs) so we're able to swim. Left there passed through Burke & Wills country on our way back north to Normanton and further up to Karumba, which is right on the coast. Had 3 days there, and as it was the end of the Barra season, not much fishing, but it was nice. Continued on the Savannah Way across Qld through to Georgetown, ...