Rydges Plaza Cairns
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... We stopped at a Nature Preserve this morning to visit the animals of Australia before heading to our plane. So much fun feeding and petting the Wallabies and Kangaroos, Loved seeing the Little Joeys hanging out of their Momma's Kangaroo pouches. We got to see several cute Koalas hanging out in their tree branches napping and bathing themselves. We just found out ...
... you want to buy a case or 6-pack, expect to pay. A case of domestic beer here goes for around $50 AUS. That's approximately $40 USD. That's nuts! My understanding is that they are trying to break the drinking culture by taxing the **** out of bulk purchases. • Afternoon coffee and tea - happens everyday here. Oh and in the morning too. Take a break mid morning and mid day and grab your drink. I love ...
... fireworks the definition of the Fourth of July?
After the fireworks concluded it was time for another fruitless search for a taxi, and ultimately dragging ourselves back to the hotel on sore feet (that we all wore flip flops was a definite error in judgment on my part). Our reward for making it back: Pringles for everyone! (I am fantasizing about access to a real grocery store with real produce…Sydney here we come ...
... wasn't too much to do other than getting our gear ready for the following day when we would be heading out to the reef to complete our training. There was the formality of the PADI exam, but we both got 100% so it wasn't anything to worry too much about!
That evening we attended a lecture by a marine biologist from a company called Reef Teach. The aim of this was to enhance our experience of the reef by familiarising ourselves with some of the ...
... It was amazing and really awesome to eat food straight from the ocean.
Cairns is a really cool city and a great starting (or ending) point of a trip on the East Coast. You can go from Cairns North into the Daintree Rainforest (which is what I did) and see the oldest Rainforest in the world! Definitely go to Cairns, its laid back but has that city living feel, which is a great mix.