City Terraces Holiday Apartments
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Meal plan
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Terraces Holiday Apartments Cairns
Quite friendly place close to city. We enjoyed our stay.
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... to be a Convent. They had lots of artefacts from the old days. Spent a couple of hours there then decided to head off. Stopped at the bakery for a coffee & something to eat. Left Cooktown to head back to Cairns via the inland road. Very different from yesterday, the coastal road. Passed some mountains that were all black rocks, they are called the Black Mountains. Very different to all the ...
... took some photos of a huge block of land right on the beach but nobody can predict what may happen when those massive cyclones hit.
More sugar cane fields but now a lot of banana plantations started appearing. Apparently they have had heaps of rain up here and it shows with the colour of the fields, they are iridescent green in a lot of areas.
Headed for Mungali Dairy Farm for lunch and the rain, whilst not heavy, was annoying as I was trying to take ...
... Harry Potter over a couple of drinks as we all seemingly came back to reality. With final packing to be done on all fronts we spent the morning apart as we assimilated everything together that had been dumped in the hostel out of the campervan when we first arrived. Having now booked the majority of our onward travel after Hollie & Dec leave us, we knew that there was a need to downsize or at least pack better! With our bags sorted and bookings finalised we went to meet ...
... for 3 dives with Deep Sea Divers Den, although I would be keeping a close eye on the time
From what I knew, the best diving on TGBR is found on liveaboards, and not necessarily going from Cairns. So, my expectations weren't high, although I still hoped to be surprised. The size of the boat, Sea Quest, was the first warning sign. This Titanic equivalent of dive boats seemed to be one of several monsters like it in the harbour. Once ...
... we shared with a Japanese lady and her son. They were from Tokyo and with a tour group. I think they were on a short trip and they had already been to Uluru! Her English wasn't great and we don't speak Japanese but we managed to chat a little and we were able to point out things of interest and help them with the brochure. On the way back from Kuranda, the wind started to pick up so the ride was a little hairy, especially for people who don't like heights (not mentioning ...