Tradewinds Mcleod Holiday Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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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... have not looked back. The family's two sons now run the farm and have 85,000 bushes on the farm from which they harvest about 80 tonnes of coffee per year. The bushes only yield one crop per year. They process the coffee on site and sell it to the general public, online and to local Coles and Woolworths supermarkets as far south as Townsville, all of which takes their full crop, so we will not see their coffee for sale down our ...
... to pre-booked, long term carpark in Cairns, have your credit card ready (the exact one that you booked the parking with) at the entry gate. Don't take a little cardboard ticket! Oh, no - unless you want serious hatred from the carpark supervisor when you admit mistake.
... Definitely beats some of our shoddy hostels we've stayed in in Australia. That's something that is quite ironic. In Asia, where the quality of living isn't too good, we could get a massive double room with a TV, en-suite, wifi, air-con for half the price as a 18 bed dorm room here in Australia. Crazy. Money goes a lot, lot further in Asia than it does here. Anyway we checked into our room and met the six others in our eight bed dorm. English, Scottish, Dutch, German, American ...
... of photographs with the underwater camera we had hired. Then most of the group travelled on a semi-submersible boat and later a glass bottomed boat for a close up of some of the sea life a bit further from the pontoon than we had managed to swim. This gave us a much closer look at some of the coral in deeper water. There were also quite a few turtles in this ...
... covering the bunches of bananas (trivia question: what is a bunch of bananas called?), and the rope walkways above the highway for possums to cross over! There is a very rare, strange flightless bird here called the cassowary (huge, like an emu, three-toes, blue & purple helmet-like head) that I have my heart set on seeing in the wild, but they have also ...