Oasis Palm Cove Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... d expected it to be bigger but there were only around 20-30 stalls. It was very popular and there was a variety of things on offer; jewellery, clothes, trinkets, foot massages and tarot card readings. As it was so hot we stopped for an ice cream at the Divine Ice cream parlour. There ice cream is so good because it is made with love! And the owner of the the shop was so lovely and talkative. She told us to keep hydrated as it the ...
... a week of celebration for....well, because they can, it IS Port Douglas after all. We decided to leave the apartment by the sea and go camping in our tent, swapping one bit of hardship for another. Port Douglas for those who don’t know is one of the most popular resort towns in Queensland, thank God they pass Palm Cove by on the way to Port D. Lovely spot, lots of great restaurants, café, pubs and shops. The Sunday markets are a must, lunch at The Courthouse ...
... it was overcast, the view wasn't all that great but still nice. It rained off and on all day but still very warm. We travelled back to Mareeba and our camp. I got John to get out the washing machine and I did the washing. It was sun shining when I started the washing but it stated to rain so I hung it up under the awning. We had happy hour with David and Val and then e had pizza for dinner. Quite a busy ...
... was fog so dense that we couldn't see further than 10 feet away. So when i say its beautiful, I'm assuming. Still cool to go to and we hiked through the national park to a little waterfall. There was a railing but I wanted to get closer for a better picture. Naturally without thinking, I go under the railing and start climbing on the rocks. My mom starts screaming "no! Cara NO!" I politely ignored her until her last hope screamed out "YOUR MOTHER ...
... 25th April) there was a high magnitude earthquake (epicentre Gorkha district, about 80 km away from Kathmandu) of the scale 7.9. Fortunately Ashram family was at collective work outside while the first major tremor was felt. The buildings were trembling and the walls came down rambling, making all of us and visitors run for life. As we rushed to the open space, we could see our buildings moving back and forth. We were devastated to see the walls of the building collapsing . ...