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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Travel Blogs from Palm Cove
... to enjoy the free fall, and the adrenaline in our bodies reach its maximum! Before we knew it, our chute was out and we were gliding through the clouds and out above the spectacular mission beach! We both had a turn at controlling the chute which was very brave of both instructors!! What nobody tells you about a sky dive though is the pain!! When you're sitting in the harness, it's tugging in a very uncomfortable lady part and manly part! Feeling a bit bruised, we were ...
... rainforest and up to Cape Tribulation which is where two different world heritage sites meet - rainforest meets reef. The scenery and especially the beaches are stunning and almost deserted probably due to the sharks, crocs and jellyfish that swim in those waters. We took a cruise along Cooper's Creek where we spotted some crocodiles lazing in the sunshine - spectacular !
Thursday - we had a700 km drive from Port Douglas to Airlie beach and we are ...
One year ago today, I woke up alone and spent a lot of my day wondering what on earth possessed me to make the choices that led me to that point. Admittedly I was distracted quite heavily by awesome friends, an amazing day of activities and, ultimately the biggest distraction of all, my new wife. It's been a funny year. In some respects I can't believe a year has already passed, but in other respects, we've come so far. Life is funny like that. Sometimes ...
... end. After sneaking the alcohol in, we put the rose in to a cherryade bottle, and the beers in to glasses - so if security came in (they did random security checks apparently) then we were prepared. We hid all the empties too of course. Luckily they didn't come in, so we managed to get away with it. It was so funny, and ended up being a good night! My cover was almost blown at one point when I saw Imy and was stood chatting to her, then realised the security guard ...
... we experienced a passionate backstory of their culture, beginning and art, before being guided to learn the ways of traditional medicine, food and weaponry. Life as they knew it all begin and revolved around the wet and dry seasons, an egg and a rainbow snake (I promise I was listening). Although this taught me a lot about them, it also taught me that I can't throw boomerangs. As a musician it would of been great to try a didgeridoo, or Yigi Yigi to them ...