Rydges Plaza Cairns
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a friend from our Fraser Island trip. Yesterday (Easter Sunday) we had another early start to get picked up for our day trip to the Atherton tablelands. Our guide was Wade and he was really funny and very knowledgable about the area. He took us to some cool waterfalls even the one where Peter Andre filmed mysterious girl and Dan did a nice re-enactment of the video which I did get pictures of and will put on Facebook because they are hilarious! It was a really ...
... she wanted to eat at first, but then she remembered a Mexican place we had passed before, so we headed there. I'm never really too keen on Mexican, but I have to say I really enjoyed it. I had a pork burrito and it was awesome. Sadly, Becky did not enjoy her nachos. We headed back home along the sea front and had tea and biscuits whilst I pondered my novel ending further and watched a film. Perhaps I'll make a start on that story ...
... place well and truly stole our hearts. To say its a one horse town is a bit of a stretch. The population is roughly twelve, and there are no police - they police themselves, apparently. (This actually worked to our advantage on the last night - the locals assured us that drink driving was A Okay here (sorry Mandy)). Our first night involved a pretty intense pool tournament - which Molerat entered in to. The whole town turned out. Megan was on form. She had it ...
Not much to say really. It was a relaxing day. We had looked into going up to Daintree Rainforest but it was a six hour roundtrip so we decided not to pursue it. In the end we just sat by the hostel pool and went to the public Lagoon pool in the centre of Cairns. I forgot to say, Cairns is in the tropics so it's very humid - hence why we were relaxing around pools all day. ...
... a swiss couple, and my diving buddy, Leo, was also swiss. I felt I had already moved to Switzerland. The first dive was nice and easy : a lot of gorgeous coral, plenty of fish, and some rays. Unfortunately, the Ozzies have some stupid rules for diving: we couldn't stay more than 40 minutes in the water for insurance reasons. Our instructor cheated a bit and we stayed for about 45 minutes, but that wasn't enough as we all ...