Cairns Sheridan Hotel
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... only downside is, this time of year you can't (or shouldn't) swim. See, everything in Australia might (or could) kill you. This includes the box jellyfish wish are in season. George made sure to describe the countless ways you could die while your "on holiday". Next, after a quick stop for ice creme we headed out on a cruise down the Daintree river. Specifically we were looking for crocs, but also snakes, different birds, and plants. We saw two crocs, a big male and a baby. We ...
... amp; hiding from the sun as much as possible, every time I seemed to be in it for more than a minute I would go home pink. So I've managed to go through 2 bottles of suncream already, and 1 was just in Cairns. I saw some cool night markets & enjoyed walking around the tropics of Cairns but really, there wasn't much to do. So now I'm on the Greyhound bus for an 11 hour journey to Airlie Beach where I will do my Whitsundays sailing ...
... and Jonathan ended up towing her around on a safety ring, which she could look through for glimpses of the reef below.
The second outing, at Hasting’s Outer Reef, was better. Alyssa used a noodle and Jonathan made sure she had ample space to move, and she was able to relax a bit more and enjoy the amazing scene underwater. Lorelei still stuck with the safety ring and I pulled her around, but she was happy to get out with ...
... lava across the landscape. The molten rock flowed down the gently sloping terrain. The flow was slow enough that the surface of the lava crusted over insulating and forming a casing for the flowing molten lava within. The casing solidified and the lava flowed out the other end forming what looks like an abandoned subway system complete with tunnels and large open caverns that resemble abandoned underground subway stations. ...
... the verdict, Wilson wasn't a bad car!!! He noted the blowing exhaust and the oil leak, deducted that from the price as well as the work he would need to have done to pass a road worthy, and we settled on $500 as a figure. We could have turned her down, and sold him to fellow travellers with little to no car knowledge and got a lot more for him. However, we knew Wilson's problems and we didn't want him to breakdown in a potential dangerous place for someone, or ruin ...