BEST WESTERN PLUS Cairns Central Apartments
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... temps in the 80s. It's prefect for snorkeling/diving. We made 3 different stops on different reefs. I really can't put into words how amazing it is to be there. I love aquariums and this was basically swimming in one. On our first stop though I swallowed a huge gulp of saltwater and got sick almost immediately. Thankfully it was time to get back on the boat and Katie had anti nausea meds. Thank goodness she did, because at the next stop we got to do something ...
... to do. Our first dive was slightly terrifying - It took a while to get used to it all and we were both more concerned with trying not to drown then actually enjoying the dive. So we went for a second dive later in the afternoon, and as we were more confident, we loved it. We managed to see some little Nemos (Clownfish) and some slightly bigger more terrifying looking fish, that the instructor joked were baby sharks! ...
... much constant and the roads and pavements flooded. This completely ruined our evening planned to go out, we ended up watching home alone 2 in the communal area with a few other girls. I couldn't complain as I was falling asleep watching it at half9. We went to bed soon after, the music from the bar downstairs blaring but we expected it having read on the terms and conditions that loud music plays until 2am daily. Good job I'm ...
... you can imagine, we loved the little chap, even if he did smell a bit! We had our picture taken and stroked our little friend a bit, which he seemed to like, and then we moved on to go see some more of Australia's iconic animals - the kangaroos and, of course, the crocodiles! We walked along a path, beneath a spider web that was of a size which cannot be explained by science - it was immense, and full of upsettingly large lady spiders sitting by their bunches of eggs. It was quite ...
... but got to see a Devil and a Wombat as well as Wallabys, Aleksandr made some new friends. A cold day and drizzly in afternoon, hope it clears overnight. Thursday 4th December Absolutely chucking it down, cruise cancelled as cloud so low can't even see bay. Coat had to come out and an umbrella borrowed from lodge, drove to St. Helens, hoping weather will settle. Eased a little so started playing a game of chip and putt, began raining heavier, don't even play normal golf in this ...