Oasis Palm Cove Hotel
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... journey but took at least double as it was the drivers first day and he didn't have a clue where he was going! It was a pretty daunting experience walking into my first backpackers in a strange country with strange faces and no one to hide behind! I plucked up the courage to go and chat to four girls that were sitting having their lunch in the hostel, only to find they were all French and their ...
And so I waited. And waited,.....and waited. Finally, after a couple of hours, we boarded the plane. And then we waited some more. At last 3 hours after our original departure time, we left Charlotte Douglas.
I am writing this onboard. We're hitting a good deal of turbulence. To try and route us around the storms, we are going up around Chicago. Talk about going around your elbow to get to your rear! I have NO IDEA if I ...
Palm Cove van park was a bit disappointing (compared to 25 years ago) as the new owners had crammed in too many sites but Palm Cove itself is still really charming in a laid back upmarket kind of way, with a lovely beach and well designed fishing jetty. Not many fish being caught though.
The beach now has a lifeguard protected swim area - though I didn't feel too confident that the 70 year old life guard would have much effect against a croc or ...
... marine shells in the world. Australia certainly has its share, although this collection had stuff from all over the world. We are getting out the jackets, slippers and beanies again after last using them in Laverton in May. Here in Mareeba it is getting seriously cold at night but not as cold as the SE corner of Queensland. The Atherton Tableland is such a contrast from what we've been seeing for the last 2 1/2 months. ...
Funny how people think this area is good to visit, 29C and clear blue skies most days and that’s in the winter! The “stinger nets” are now in so swimming is safe, well relatively safe as there are still crocs around but they’re really not hungry at the moment (I swear)...
We spent ANZAC Day camping at the Lions Den, a pub near Cooktown and went to the Dawn Service on the hill, what a great way to start the day, they had busses taking all ...