Cairns Sheridan Hotel
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... that now she can extend my purgatory without incurring extra cost..
But I had a comeback and scored by finding a Coffee and cake stall within 100 meters of the parking lot.
Apparently there is a bit of mine is bigger / better than yours going on between Townsville and Cairns..
As we had walked extensively along the Townsville waterfront, which does in fact have ...
... looking when a train pulls up, the screen said the train wasn't supposed to leave for two minutes, but then we watched it pull away.... Oops, No temple. Instead we decided to go to the suburb over from me, theres a pub there that has an amazing lookout view. We get there and they have stopped serving because they close in ten minutes.... Thank god they gave us each one beer and a dip platter and we made the best of it. The rest of the fam went to ...
... swimming, and with Park surroundings ,and palms . We walked some distance to the local Markets, many wares, and camels ,for rides on the beach, biting the silly Asians who wanted to touch them…as camels do.! Nice to look around, quest was for swimming shorts for Sam, left his at home, so we found those, and had a good look around, a very nice place these days ,is Airlie Beach, gateway to the many Islands ...
After 3 weeks relaxing in Sydney, we were both a little apprehensive about going back on the road! Cairns proved to be the perfect foil to our blues. We were surprised how small Cairns is for such a famous destination, there really wasn't much too it, one long Main Street, a huge shopping mall and a promenade down by the sea. Yet it has a very nice feel to it, the esplanade as they call it (the area by the sea) is excellent, ...
... that look almost identical to ours. Today when we got to the seafront, rather than turning right, like we usually do, we turned left. We walked on beyond the skatepark and further along the seaside than we ever had before. About a kilometre along we were hot and Becky wasn't feeling so well so we turned back and made our way home. In spite of the mudflats (which the children apparently love to play in) the seafront is gorgeous ...