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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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2014 Mar 27
Jeremy and Robin saw us off at the train station and the train took us to the airport north of Brisbane. The low budget air fare to Cairns did not include the luggage which was oversized for the small plane's overhead bin and cost an extra 70$, a charge explicitly written in fine print. From the air, we caught our first glimpse …
A group of French tourists stumbled into the breakfast area of our hotel; two men and three women in their 70s. We said good morning to them but got blank stares in return; they really didn't seem to want to socialize. When I said "Bonjour" in French, it didn't help much, now they knew that we understood some of what they were saying and we may …
Rosamund, who knows people everywhere, happened to know a couple who live in Kuranda, a town on the Atherton Tableland approximately 25 km from Cairns reachable by both bus and train (if you don't have a car). The road to Kuranda is steep, narrow, and windy and we passed one tow truck hauling a car out of the dense bush that had slipped over the …
... amp; hiding from the sun as much as possible, every time I seemed to be in it for more than a minute I would go home pink. So I've managed to go through 2 bottles of suncream already, and 1 was just in Cairns. I saw some cool night markets & enjoyed walking around the tropics of Cairns but really, there wasn't much to do. So now I'm on the Greyhound bus for an 11 hour journey to Airlie Beach where I will do my Whitsundays sailing ...
... take us back down the mountain 7.5km. There are 2 stops where you can get off to see the views, on one of the stops one of the guys looked like Jim Carey and Micky and Ben loved telling him. At the bottom we would have to wait 40 minutes for the bus to take us home so we got a cab, this was because it was 20 to 5 and we had to get ready for dinner which was booked for 6.30. However we did manage a quick drink in the Lime Tree ...