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TravelPod Member ReviewsGlobetrotters International Cairns
We have had a great stay at Globetrotters - the room has air con (which operates between 6pm-9am - perfect), free wifi, clean kitchen facilities and some brand new shower rooms, oh and a pool! A great idea from these guys is that you leave a $20 deposit for a box of kitchen utensil/pots/pans/plates etc, this means everyone washes up after themselves and you don't get scabby pans and plates - the kitchen was immaculate as a result!
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OMG! Today was one of the best days of this trip. The Great Barrier Reef was seriously the most amazing thing I've ever seen. There were a lot of bumps, bruises, scrapes, and falls involved today, but I think they were worth it! The pictures really do not do it justice. It is a place that you
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