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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... most enjoyable. I met an older lady named Meg. We had a common interest in kitty's as she is a proud owner herself. She was from Invercargill, Southland. A Southlander she told me. And Southlanders are much nicer than Aucklanders. She talked about it being very cold all the time where she lived. She is on Holiday to visit here daughter in Cairns. She was by herself as her husband had died several years ago. We had the ...
... teaching us all about the different types of trees and how the aborigines survive. Shortly after we hopped back on the gondolas and continued to ascend up the rainforest towards Kuranda. When we arrived at Kuranda we walked around the village which was filled with boutiques and art galleries. We bought a vibrant piece of artwork painted by a local tribe along with a colourful boomerang. Don't worry, nothing tacky, actually ...
... it was lunch, which we enjoyed sat out on the deck in the sun. It was a buffet of salads and meats, the usual suspects on boat trips it seems, but it was nice because with only 8 people there was plenty to go around! We moved to our next snorkelling area after lunch, but 1 woman decided she couldn't hack the sea sickness and stayed on the boat to sun bathe. I had been asking the guide about Nemo, and so after pushing me off the boat because I took too long to get in ...
... every day but unfortunately only caught fish on the first day. We all seemed to catch the same one, silver and green with black stripes! When mine and joes fishing rods tugged we were so pleased with ourselves, you would have thought we'd caught a shark but noooo, it was just a tiddler fishy but we were still really happy! First fishing day and first fish caught. And thank goodness for Ed the saviour who got the rotten job of unhooking the fishes and trying to get ...
... Gilligans was an extremely well run hostel which felt a lot like a hotel/hall of residence. Gone were the days of sleeping in what felt like a cattle shed in Colombia or in actual buildings made of salt in Bolivia, lets put it that way! The kitchen was a massive, stainless steel affair in the middle of the corridor (if only Sandby Halls in Nottingham had been so good!) and the rooms were clean, comfortable and very hotel like. After getting ready and having ...