Coral Towers Holiday Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and indeed our honeymoon! It didn't rain and we had a fantastic time swimming in lots of waterfalls. We made our way back home, were dropped off and Doug popped some pizzas in the oven while we sip the fizz Brett gave us as well as the oyster bay we bought earlier in the week while watching the open. Honestly we have truly had the best honeymoon. However it's not over yet! I've worked out it'll probably take us about 36 hours to travel home. Wish us luck :) ...
... Day 18.. Still raining..had a bit of a late start. Headed to the mall to use the wifi and b got some shorts. The sun slowly started to come through so we thought lets go see the sights. Well..parking was $5 for 1/2 an hour and then shot up to $24 for an hour, so sprinted in to the harbour area and took some quick pics and then sprinted back to the car, we could have taken the train, but anyways, we got to drive over harbour bridge!! Went on a nature walk and found a little beach ...
... br> We got back on the Skyrail and went down to the next walk. Was more of a rainforest look out. Got to see more of the waterfall. It's got a big hydro-electric dam behind it that powers Cairns.
Headed back down on the Skyrail. Got to the bottom but still had plenty of time, so Ari had a look through the gift shop and we got a sandwhich.
We got taken back to the Jack. Went and had showers and then went for tea. Had the chicken, wasn't great.
... and said...how about Olivia and it just fitted. She's so girly looking that Olivia seemed perfect! At two days old she now has her little ear tag in so she looks like a gangster calf. Lisa and Ed decided that it would be safer to move all the pregnant cows and Olivia and her Mum, in to Cow Kindergarten. As one cow in particular had suddenly got very full udders as though she could burst. So that was the next task. Drive the others all out and somehow lead the ...
... with maybe 5 x 5 big blocks making up the city centre. This gave it quite a nice vibe, with everywhere accessible with a short walk. However, we couldn't believe how many English people were there! In South America it was quite nice when you met someone english or spoke English because you had something in common with them. When we got to Cairns and heard English accents everywhere, it felt like you were back at home but not in a good way! There were ...