Grosvenor in Cairns
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... 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 ...
... t see during the day. It was pretty cool but obviously quite scary because you just never know what you might bump into. And we've learnt during our five weeks that there are many, many things that can kill you in Australia! Chelsea managed to spot the first significant thing of the night, a anamethal Python. The snake was only young and only about a metre long. It say only a metre long because they can grow up to six and a half metres. We were told the species was the ...
- Yes we are finally home in sunny and warm Cairns.
- Yesterday was a good day. We woke up at Ingrid's rather early which surprised us as we did not go to bed until 2am. Ingrid, Rick and I felt just a little shattered after the night before but that was self inflicted.
- After the initial cup of tea we took the dog ( Noodles ) out for a walk . Brisbane is a fantastic city to walk or cycle. The board walk encircles the city river which is a ...
... lovely man-made lagoon which is a massive infinity pool with bridges, sand beaches, and picnic tables and sun shelters to allow everyone to enjoy the water. This all forms part of the most wonderful esplanade that connects the lagoon with the marina, the harbour cafes and restaurants and parks and skateboard tracks further down. A wonderfully liveable outdoor ...
It's raining. Quite heavily, I might add. When we first arrived in Cairns we were disappointed to see that it was drizzling and just a little bit grey. We thought we'd come up north to get away from that. It seemed, at the time, that Cairns was just a more humid version of the wet days we'd experienced down in Melbourne. The myths weren't true. Australia wasn't always sunny. Of course, since then, we've been in perpetual sunshine. The days have ...