Acacia Court Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... said, every day has me looking forward to coming home and hanging out with friends and family in Canada. Up next - back to Sydney and continue to live life day by day. Next blog will come from Sydney or maybe Melbourne. Could be in Perth. ...Or New Zealand. ...Or... Indonesia? After all, planning is overrated, right? Couple thoughts: - It's unique, to say the least, to call a new place 'home' every couple days. I've met a couple people who've lived in hostels ...
... with it. This time there was no way I was halting for the cheesy photo opportunity or five-to-one countdown. I stared into Wayne's eyes like a possessed person, shuffled forward and tipped myself forwards before I could change my mind. The adrenaline rush was immense and my "I'm literally dying" screams were comedy gold for the spectators below (see the video). But - for the sake of everyone's ears - I will never do that ever, ever ...
... Cairns was slightly altered as to the fact it was a bit cloudy and overcast, there was even a spot of rain! My expectation, sun and clear waters. And not only was the sun hiding, the clear waters were also hiding, in fact there wasn't even a nice beach, or a beach at all. However to make up for the lack of beach there was a 'the lagoon', man made of course, where all tourists dawned to soak up the sun, which by the afternoon had managed to squeeze through the clouds and grace ...
... most scenic parts. The journey was five minutes short of two hours. The route runs through the Barron Gorge National Park which is designated a tropical rain forest. At the end of the line is the the village of Kuranda which offers the usual abomination of souvenir shops and near attractions such as a Venom Zoo. I can't imagine what delights that must contain.
The highlight of the day was the return journey by ...
... lake to see the flora and fauna. That may have been good but listening to the guide would have been painful – she either had a loud speaker or a very loud voice and in a slow, laconic drawl – " now laaaaaaaaaadies and genleeeeeeemen on your right you have 2 giant Kauri pines that aaaare oveeeeeeeeeeer 1000 years old, ooohhhh and here is our reeeeeesident pelican, we call him Percy" and I ...