Cairns Sheridan Hotel
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... too friendly’, where nothing can be done in a hurry, including ordering coffee, where the cashier was too chatty and it took 3 overly friendly staff to make and serve the coffee, leaving very little time in a coffee break to actually drink it! We spoke about our thoughts on moving out to New Zealand with me practicing as an OT, with her giving me some very interesting pointers and contacts. She spoke of her dreams before she had her family ...
... off into the wilderness. Loaded up with a new laptop, eperb for the boat and a wheel brace to change the tyres on the boat or trailers, we headed back to the Rv with our new essential goodies and a lot less $. Oh dear!
We decided to spend an hour in the library which myself and the lads always enjoy and Moff gets to read a few fishing mags. Another 'rippa' day.
got to Kuranda we had a look around at the markets and went to look at the Skyrail.
Soon we got on our Skyrail, it is just a little box thing you just sit in.
There are six seats, there were two stops and we stopped at both of them, the
second one you had to swap Skyrail. We got onto a very high hill, it was very
steep to go up, we were touching some trees when we were going up, soon we were
back at the train station. We had a look in ...
... and have a cheeky night out, which I couldn't really refuse as I hadn't done as such in a very long time. This was proven how long it had been, by 1) how quickly it hit me 2) how badly it hit me 3) how long it took to get over = more than a whole day. But it was a really good funny night out...from what I remember. I stayed another night in Cairns at Stephs hostel to prepare myself for my solo adventure ahead. Next stop, somewhere south.
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... decking area and at the side of the house a second outdoor dining area. Unfortunately that evening I receive some bad news. It's in this instance I realise that you can't control life and death. When it strikes you can't stop it, it makes the saying, live everyday as if it were your last, more meaningful. I'm up to go to Kuranda today, it's a 9:30 pickup, positively luxury. I pick up the skyrail above the forest. It really hits home the size of the ...