Vision Cairns Esplanade
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... at the back of the plane. We had a run of luck - the plane was full of students - which Were held back by teachers, so we were quick to get out of the plane, the immigration line was short, our bags came out quickly, the customs was thorough but efficient, and there was a Qantas check in at the terminal, were we managed to check in on time, and then get bused across to the domestic terminal on time. Supremely fortuitous! Our flight to Cairn's has us head 3 ...
... your final destination Kuranda Village.
At Red Park Station we were educated about the forest from a park ranger and learnt about all the different types of trees and plants in the forest and how they grow. The most interesting was the stranglers that grow around the tree cutting of their supply of water and food from the soil eventually hollowing out the tree that they have attached themselves to like a parasite. There were also 'bird’s nests’ ...
... about the rush. They were amazed and then I continued on to update my journal with a rewarding glass of white wine. After a couple of hours me and the girls done some laundry and got showered ready for dinner. I had the 3 dollar meal which was nice along with a tongue-tantalising cider, and then we all decided to be young and wild and play volleyball on the patch of sand by the pool. It was heaps of fun and afterwards we joined in with the ...
... some commentary about the history of the railway en route, with the train stopping occasionally while the guide pointed out good photo opportunities. The scenery was of course beautiful.
Kuranda is known as the village in the rainforest. It’s a bit of an odd hippy’s haunt, a few of whom can still be found selling goods from their stalls in the 'Original Rainforest Markets’. I really liked these markets, they had a good feel about them and some of ...
... lorsqu'on observe le réseau de route vraiment perdu, il faut être 100% autonome.
Étant donné que nous n'avions toujours PAS vu de kangourous et de koalas, nous nous sommes résignés à payer pour aller dans un genre de zoo. C'est au Hartley's crocs Adventure que nous nous sommes arrêté pour contempler les bêtes typiquement australiennes. Et oui, les koalas, avec leur aire stupide, sont tellement cutes et tout doux. Nous avons donné à manger aux kangouroux et vu des crocodiles ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking