Grosvenor in Cairns
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... and really pleased.
Onwards to join the Coral Princess II. We, as ever, decided to walk and slightly underestimated the distance along the quay. To be honest we all thought we had messed up on the date when (to our great relief) the boat appeared behind the last shed on the Trinity Wharf. We were the last to embark - no surprises. Ruth and James were delighted with the boat. Tom and Anne had been on a similar cruise from Cairns when living ...
... it. Finally the host collapses into neighbouring trees allowing the fig to send down more vertical roots forming a curtain, and eventually rot, leaving a free standing fig tree.
While driving through the rainforest I was hoping to see a cassowary (but the only ones we saw were cement ones at peoples gate way) a tree kangaroo and the closest we got to them was the road sign but we did come ...
... sharks thank goodness. We also got to touch a sea cucumber which our snorkelling guide brought up off the sea floor for us to look at.
While we were snorkelling Dad and Seth were doing a dive. This was Seth's first ever dive but he did a great job. They also saw turtles and Nemo clown fish, but also saw some big clam shells which were a bright blue colour.
We had lunch on board the boat and then were taken to our next spot which was called Hastings ...
... to Port Douglas. So we headed off and as we got to the resort where Willie and Mike were staying I made an excuse to call in and check out the golf course and have a coffee. We parked and walked when Willie and Mike came out from behind some bushes and the look on Anita's face was priceless. We ended up going up to Port Douglas and Mossman Gorge with them for the day and had a ball. The following day, we all took ...
... during the day and 14 at night. So much better than being half frozen down south.
Diesel at Mareeba is 168.9 and the most we have paid is 205.9 at Belyando crossing. Cheapest to date has been Ravenshoe at 161.9. I find that topping up often keeps the average price at a reasonable level.
Well that's all for now folks. Hope you enjoy the read and photos. More to come next week so until then stay safe.
Regards, Frank & Kathy