Coral Towers Holiday Suites
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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... condition where it simply refuses to comply. Of the six pieces of content I was meant to complete today, I only really managed two, and one of those needs a serious redraft. This coming week is going to be busy, so hopefully I can get myself into the right headspace and then try again. But I'm not going to force it. Nope. I'm going to watch another episode of the Inbetweeners with my wife instead. Who says I can't be ...
... on board British Airways for the last leg. Left around midnight Hong Kong time. Both of us very exhausted. The service was nowhere near as good as Cathay. But thankfully the seats reclined and we were lying flat. That meant sleep. Lots of sleep for some (Chris) not as much for others (me). Plenty of room to stretch out at ...
... held by 33 towers all of which were helicoptered into position to avoid damage to the ecosystem. It gives a great ride down (in our case) skimming the tree canopy and allowing two viewing stops on the way down, one further views of the Barron Falls and the other for a canopy walkway in the forest, Back to the hotel for 17.30 and a drinks reception at 19.00hrs but tomorrow is a day of leisure!!! Hoping we may be lucky with the weather again ...
... the diverse ecosystem of the Great Barrier Reef. Purple, blue and pink coral shaped like flowers, brains, branches decorated the ocean floor. As we floated about we encountered areas with only the branch or flower type coral but my favourite sections were where they all mingled together creating an underwater forest. Sea anemone gracefully waved back and forth with the ocean currents. Coral climbed to the surface in long narrow towers and feel away like ...
... met Kara and her beautiful two year old daughter Kiya in the downtown area of Cairns and walked to the Esplanade. There, the kids had a blast swimming in the Lagoon, a huge swimming pool that overlooks the ocean.
We moved from there to the playground down the way, while Kara moved the car closer to that area. Elizabeth loved Kiya and enjoyed doting on her. The playground was huge - the Aussies certainly know how to do playgrounds ...