Sanctuary Palm Cove
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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It was gone 11am before we left the room today. We were both awake earlier but, unspoken, we remained in our beds bothering ourselves with reading and research. Once we were up and out we had things to do. Between 12 and 3 we needed to go and visit the company that were letting us the room in the apartment we'd be moving to tomorrow. To get there we had to pass through the mall and over the train lines to the quieter, less ...
... had his photo taken with a rather large fish that one of the fisherman had caught to tell everyone he had caught it! Walked back along the seafront and made the rash decision as we passed the hairdressers to go in and he could cut my hair straight away! Feels so much better to have less hair especially in this heat, would you believe he comes from Stevenage! Alison then took the plunge as well so both feeling a lot lighter!
You can only swim in the special area that has ...
... you get the picture. George was part of one of these local tribes and told us a lot of the local legend -- how the mountain spirits were formed, the crocodile spirits, etc. George also explained that not all the tribes are necessarily aboriginal and don't all play a diggerydoo. This sounds pretty obvious but I bet it's one of the first things that pops in your mind when you think about aborigines. George didn't just tell us native stories. He told us about all the local vegetation, ...
... with their dad all the time - pretty brave considering I wouldn't eat seafood until I was sixteen. We had a beautiful drive back along coastline.
I later met up with lovely British girls from my hostel to go on what was to be a rather lame pub crawl. I don’t know how, in this age of selfies, we did not manage to get one picture together! We had a great time together anyhow and they gave me lots of compliments on my British accent ; ) ...
... the handrail for people to hook their fishing rods into... It seemed quite appealing and we were actually tempted to go buy a fishing rod and see if we couldn't catch ourselves a little treat for the BBQ, but instead we went to the local butchers, which is called Mickey's - how Australian does that sound? Haha... We picked one of the various BBQ packs on offer and got 30 bits of meat for 30 dollars, which is pretty good and on the evidence of tonight's dinner, ...