Tradewinds Mcleod Holiday Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTradewinds Mcleod Holiday Apartments Cairns
Great place to stay, clean, spacious and owners couldn't do enough for you! Just a little far away from the seafront / town centre.
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... flow and water pressure. But there were also two funnels and one huge pineapple-shaped bucket over the top that filled with water and then tipped over, creating a massive splash. I really wanted to go and join the kids, it looked like so much fun.
We couldn't do our Great Barrier Reef snorkling as the swell had been too big and the weather not nice.
We did get to go ...
... When the shuttle bus came to take me to the airport, I had a really emotional send off from all the people at the hostel with one big group hug. I was sad to see them get smaller as the bus pulled away. Unfortunately, I made a slight error as I took the wrong bag from the hostel which was a bit of a setback but all sorted itself out ok when another shuttle bus driver kindly made the exchange. Definitely an isy moment! I was also sad to leave Cairns because it was also one ...
... cooling tower. Let's just say the Smithsonian won't be calling us soon. Hint: We carry bubble wrap to wrap souvenirs so used it to wrap our paintings. www.maruku.com.au Going to Cairns (pronounced Cans). Australians don't say their R letter and just like our Philly friends call water, "wadah". On the flight here, the attendant was handing out breakfast and got to a sleepy Jim. She said, "I have to get a new cat". Jim ...
The trip home was long but uneventful, even more uneventful when you factor in the Inflight Entertainment system failing between London & Singapore so no movies or TV shows were available to pass the time. We swindled our way in to the Qantas lounge in Singapore to relax and refuel before the flight to Brisbane, then slept most of the way. A quick transit from international to domestic in Brisbane and we were finally on our way to Cairns. 26 hours later and ...
... and reading whilst looking out over the Pacific Ocean. It was gorgeous. When my time in Sydney was up I was more than willing to go to Cairns and must admit, was tempted to stroll off the airplane in my bikini. However, to my dismay, today is the first day in Cairns where it hasn't rained torrentially. So I'm now on a mission to try and change my skin colour... If that fails someone's left a bottle of spray ...