No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Floriana Guesthouse Cairns
Travel Blogs from Cairns
... de la plongée en apnée en haute mer.
La rencontre du guide et le soutien d'André m'ont rassuré et j'ai décidé de plonger. Quel univers ce monde sous-marin: coraux à perte de vue, poissons multicolores, toutes sortes de créatures vivantes mais qui ressemblent à des végétaux. Le guide tirait une ceinture de sauvetage et un autre plongeur et moi-même tenions la corde attachée à la ceinture. L'autre plongeur a eu une crampe à la jambe avant de rentrer et ça semblait douloureux. Pour ...
... called Townsville around the halfway point. Another big thing on our journey was the big crab and then we saw the golden gum boot in Tully apparently the wettest town in Queensland but no sign of the rain today the sky blue and the sun shining. After a long day of travelling we finally arrived in Cairns and said goodbye to the 'Matilda' the bus as we no longer needed her. For dinner we all headed to the night market where there were several ...
... hands. We had a bit of a fast landing compared to some people. Glad I put of there trousers. I was buzzing, couldn't stop smiling. Think it's one of the best things I've done. We landed in a field, just had to wait for the rest of the guys to land, they were only seconds behind. Thing there was 8 of us in total. There was 2 young boys with there dad doing in. I'm guessing one was 15 and the other 11/13. All Irish. We watch a small part of our jump on tablets they handed round. ...
... We walked across the street to pick up the
car. The center of Cairns was just a few
miles away. Cairns is a tourism town and
we have decided it is like a lot of Florida coastal towns 50 years ago. They have been making some improvements to
the public spaces but it just seems like another time. There is a big Asian element to the tourists.
We checked into our guest house, the Floriana, about 6 pm
once we roused ...
... off track, you really have to watch your feet as you're treading. Dox took the opportunity of having a confident and fit nurse as company and said he wanted to challenge himself to do the blue arrow as he hasn't been able to since his illness set in 18 months ago.....so we did! It was a lovely 3 hour hike through the rainforest with a varied gradient and some very steep climbs and high edges at times. Most of it was shaded, but some viewpoints along the way gave fantastic ...