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... much constant and the roads and pavements flooded. This completely ruined our evening planned to go out, we ended up watching home alone 2 in the communal area with a few other girls. I couldn't complain as I was falling asleep watching it at half9. We went to bed soon after, the music from the bar downstairs blaring but we expected it having read on the terms and conditions that loud music plays until 2am daily. Good job I'm ...
... Islands in Lampung Indonesia which was out of this world. If I was to do the snorkelling again then I think I would definately do it from Port Douglas as they take you to the outer reefs which are way more amazing albeit more expensive.
The following day I set off for Port Douglas. I wanted to use public transport rather than the expensive shuttle service but the public transport bus 110 would only take me as far as Palm Cove and there was no public transport from ...
... smoked and drank (and stole kettle water). Our favourite JJ inhabitant was a much older boy, we called him greenbottle (a nickname he told us) he had been a butcher and a navy chef in his former life, but had seemingly sold his house and travelled up and down Australia, either holidaying or visiting his 3 children. Greenbottle was a character, not only was every other word out of his mouth a swear word, but his thick thick Ozzie accent made him near impossible ...
... experience to witness the rainforest in the rain. When we reached the top we posed for a silly photo, which we of course purchased, and headed off into Kuranda. The rain had disappeared and the sun came out as we wandered around the markets and shops, there was lots of beautiful things, tourist things, interesting things and weird things, but we just window shopped. We found a Scottish shop! Joe was thrilled. There was a bird sanctuary, a koala sanctuary and a ...
... Australia is a mix of drinking, hangovers, tours and occasionally, a museum or two. This was also hard to accept because in actual fact, Australia definitely feels like it is lacking and I think that this is a result of the majority of the popular east coast destinations being built around tourism. The majority are small, lacking in local culture, filled with bars and each with the same travel shops aiming to sell as many tours as they can to gullible backpackers. Honestly, most ...