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TravelPod Member ReviewsBalinese Motel Cairns
We found the Balinese Motel a welcoming and quiet place to spend our 5 days in Cairns. The receptionist was friendly and helpful, the room was clean and quiet, and the location was within relatively easy walking distance from the centre of town and the waterfront. An enjoyable stay.
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... his van key, plenty of looking and swearing but it’s not to be found, he had put it in his pocket and it must have fallen out when he got his glasses cord out to take photos. He grabs my key and off to Bunnings to get a couple extra keys cut. In the meantime I get the washing off the line and folded before he gets back. Time to catch up with the diary ...
... walk up the short distance to Kuranda shopping precinct. The place is jammed packed with tourist shops some of which are extremely expensive, however some we think are reasonable and we are particularly surprised at how cheap original art works are compared with home, no purchases however. Walk the town to have a look at everything then a light lunch before heading back to the Skyway for our journey back to Cairns. We have to be on ...
... It had used all my strength to get through that ordeal and I had nothing left. Brad took the board out to use up the last ten minutes of hire time.
After that we chilled back in the room and had some snacks before freshening up and heading to Foxy's for happy hour. A gluten for punishment I am and I had a beer and two cocktails. Brad got onto the red wine and became very jovial!
We went to the fancy restaurant for our dinner and ...
... re not interested in us and are used to people. It was still pretty exciting.
I also saw 3 huge clams that were about 1 meter long. They were sitting about 5 meters down on the floor and I could peek into them and see their huge gills. Deanne opted for a snorkeling tour with a marine biologist but I opted to go it alone. We're tired now as I write this, but we finally got to see the world ...
... the exit in 3 minutes max. That's right - a brief stop at 'quarantine' and nothing else. No immigration, no border control. My landing card was not collected, nor was my passport or visa checked. Welcome to the Third World!
I was told 'Bro Jim' would collect me, having no idea at all what he looked like. But he was a standout in his brown monk's habit, and a very cheerful chappy. As the only unaccompanied woman around, I must have been easy for him to spot too! ...