Mango Lagoon Resort & Wellness Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids pool
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... see them in their "natural" habitat. First up was Brett and Tea Gardens, NSW. After what should have been a 3.5 hour drive turned into a 6 hour drive due to pouring rain, we arrived at Brett's home and had a typically Australian afternoon of sitting around the eskie drinking beer and chatting with his sister and family, followed by a barbie. This was topped off with our first proper homemade Christmas pudding of the year for dessert. After the ...
Johnnie and I wake up and have a leisurely morning. We are tired from the dive yesterday and decide to just take it easy. Our wedding time is set for 11:00 am at the Lily Pond in Flecker Botanical Gardens. We get prepared and head that way. Upon arrival, everyone is there and waiting on us. I am glad I checked email yesterday morning and had heard from James, our videographer. Funny story. Johnnie and I get set ...
... off the coach just as I was getting on, small world! Once I got to Cairns I arranged to meet Jamie (from the Kiwi Bus) for drinks and we had a really fun night catching up, including a strange guy joining us and constantly talking about sex. I then had to help set him up with a girl from behind the bar. Very random. Went to bed at 2:30am ready for a 6:30am start... ...
... very literal names to describe them: elephant ear coral, because it looked like an elephant ear, spaghetti coral, because it looked like spaghetti, stag head coral, because it looked like a stags antlers, and you get the jist, I snorkelled first because I was in the 4th dive group which gave me about 45 minutes before I had to get ready for it. One of the instructors took Ellie - a girl I met - and I out for a little tour of the reef. Heaps of the instructors were doing ...
... cm tall) as they can be 7 m in diameter and 1.5 m high. If ever you want lunch in Cairns go to the Botanic Gardens - Yummy plus and a very reasonable price too. After that we went to the Outback Opal Mine which wasn't a mine at all but a shop with a video of a mine! It did have a pretend mine there though and a shop selling lots of opals. We did learn the difference in types of opals though ...