Marlin Waters Beachfront Apartments
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... walk around the lake where we saw some wild turtles and lizards. We headed over to another lake where there was meant to be a nice tea shop, but it was closed. We started to take a walk into the woods there until Becky saw a line of about 20 fuzzy worm looking things slithering along and decided to head back. The drive through the mountains on the way back was very windy but absolutely stunning. Looking out into the valley was amazing. Once we arrived ...
Gilligans sucks. There. I said it. This hostel is branded as a party hostel, we never doubted for one minute that this meant there would be partying, that goes without saying. Gilligans is three floors of rude people. That might be unfair. Perhaps we were just the unluckiest backpackers going when we stayed in a room with other people that have absolutely zero regard for your sleep. And sleep, it must be said, is somewhat ...
... saw many birds at the side of the road, of which we had no idea what they actually were...but they looked kinda like turkeys...and they were in a jungle...therefore... the Jungle Turkey was born! We also established that the trees look like giant broccoli florettes... so...well, I don't need to explain that one from the title...!! After about an hour of driving, we found a spot to stop and have some lunch at the side of the lake. We ...
... After a stopover in the sleepy, Ocean-side town of Cardswell Beach we made our way to Cairns and a stay with cycling friend no. 3, Stirling. From base-camp-Stirling we took a day trip out to a rainforest village called Kuranda on the amazing Skyrail gondola that transports you about 8km up over the rainforest hills. We returned on the Kuranda scenic railway which uses early 20th century carriages along the late 19th century rail track that winds its way ...
The Adventure North Tour is not heavily advertised like the great barrier reef or other rainforest tours. This small operation took me and two other middle aged couples on what was a very unique and personalized tour day. We started at the home and studio of a contemporary aboriginal artist. We were given a small canvas board and got to paint a small aboriginal dot and line painting. It was quite peaceful and relaxing and something that I very ...