Coral Towers Holiday Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... can tear you to shred’s. The croc’s strategy is to grab its prey with its strong jaws and pull down to the bottom of the water, where they drown (crocs can stay under water for up to 6 hours, so time is on their side). Once the prey is drowned the croc has time to chew of bits it can eat. The stomach is the size of the mouth so they often can not eat the entire prey. They are incredibly smart, have infinite patience and bide their ...
... hostel. Thursday / Friday Cape tribulation which is the rainforest, I decided to stay over and Saturday Extreme white water rafting. Sunday leaving to go down the coast. After going to the lagoon again I sat and watched a film and ended up drinking again. Playing drinking games with Jelo and a few Germans. I didn't get that ****** but I was. We were drink goon. It was actually nice goon. Fruity white wine. Went to bed about 12.30 after phoned a few friends and speaking to my ...
... cool from the heat of the sun. The first evening I was here Dox and I had dinner and then stayed up late discussing all sorts-he is a philosopher so we tried to fathom the meaning of life, and he taught me a lot about religion and the history of societies, such as the Egyptians, Romans and Greeks. This is conversation you would not encounter on the first night in a hostel and is exactly why I couchsurf (besides the extra level of comfort). I feel I can ask Dox anything and ...
... trusty little washing machine and within an hour they were dry. Brian had a little sleep in his chair, ( to recover from the domestic duties), I tried to read my book. I have been reading the same book for weeks - I nearly have to start the book again. Had some homemade soup from home for lunch, then had a swim - first for the trip. Faye is packing up ready to go Sunday so bought us ...
... getting into the mood and calling for warm blankets, saying how stressed we were and wondering if they would bring us hot drinks. Eventually the other cruise boat headed towards us and after a few minutes we had fuel. At this point, the rescue boat nearly got into trouble. The skipper (and only person on it) had managed to lift the outboard up and couldn't get it back down, so for a minute it looked like we may have to rescue him! Getting back to ...