Grosvenor in Cairns
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... Resort - our hostel for 3 nights (it definitely sounded exotic, but we knew not to expect much). It was cloudy and ferry humid. The streets were quiet only occupied by runners, dog walkers and cleaners with their giant hoses and hoovers, keeping the streets immaculate.
We faffed about a bit and arrived at our hostel at 7 am. There was a sign, "open at 8". Usually there would be a common area that can be accessed 24/7, but this ...
Join GSNENY as we take a trip to the land down under in February 2016! Our journey-of-a-lifetime to Australia will include some breathtaking experiences, with the opportunity to snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef, tour the Kuranda Rainforest, visit the bridge and opera house in Sydney Harbor, explore the Taronga Zoo, take a surf lesson, and soak in the Aussie culture.
This trip has been entirely planned by two girls from GSNENY. They have an amazing ...
'Mounds are an organisational wonder. The equivalent of the larger mounds, in human terms, would be a skyscraper nearly two kilometres high and covering eight city blocks, built by a million blindfod people!' from Animals of Cape York Pennisula The soldier termites associated with the mounds in our pictures do not have powerful jaws but are built like squirt guns that can squirt sticky fluid at intruders to immobilize them. Now that it has rained the ...
... and should meet up with us just north of Alice springs.
We are hoping to get to cloncurry on our first night but we will wait and see how we travel. The beloved Jethro was dropped of a the K9 river retreat this morning dont know who got the better end of this holiday. He ahs ten other dogs to play with a river to swim in and daily walks.
Well we will add photos and updates as we go and see what the trip brings.
... was saw the new 'Spirit of Queensland' (replacing The Sunlander). It looks like the tilt train. We have seen it twice now, as the railway line is just across the road from the caravan park. Not close enough to bother us with noise though (thank goodness).
Ray also drove the car today for the first time in over two weeks. Angela was happy for him to do the drive home, as the traffic in Cairns is quite busy and frustratingly slow at times.