Rydges Plaza Cairns
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Travel Blogs from Cairns
... interesting. The kids particularly enjoyed the display showing a volcanic eruption.
We finished our day trip at the Gallo Dairy. Here we were able to see the cows being milked and had the opportunity to pat the calves, chickens, goats and pigs in the animal nursery. Unfortunately, we were too late to see the cheese and chocolate being made, but made up for it with our taste-testing - ...
... on this one of the shuttle buses flew past us and through the flood. All I saw was an enormous wall of water coming at me and then I was soaked. My first instinct was to laugh at the unfortunate situation, then I realized that I was holding my camera at the time... Thankfully it was not harmed, but both Martin and I were ****** at this event (mostly the driver's disregard for us standing on the side of the road) and started heading back to the car. ...
... trip by riding the east coast of Aus to Adelaide, hopefully catching up with friends along the way.
Once in Adelaide we will ship Crumpet to the UK and spend time with family. The next step is to fly to South Africa to visit some of Grant's long lost family before being reunited with Crumpet and our UK based friends. After that will the plan will evolve on its own accord. We "hope" to tour Europe for the summer and head down the west ...
... strange to me was that in America when you're an 18 year old, you aren't nearly looked at like an adult. But here, our instructors would say casually, like "Oh did you go out and have a beer last night?" or if they saw you out they'd ask how our night was. In their eyes, we are adults and we deserve to have as much rights as they do. It was nice to not be looked down upon like young adults sometimes are in the States.
Moving onto more of my trip, we went to a place ...
... there were different types. Quite a bit lower in height but still very nice to see and swim in, a much stronger current too, swimming a full freestyle to get underneath it. After seeing the various sites we have to start heading back, we go via a number of small local landmarks, seeing platypus, wallabies and turtles. By the time we enter Cairns it's 9pm nearly and a lot of tired looking people on board. Great value day though and some really good sites ...
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