Coral Tree Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... will remain hidden till they attack. A very efficient killing machine that has outlasted dinosaurs and may outlast us if we are not careful.
Hartely’s also had many types of marsupials or wallabies that you can pet and hold in your arms, and of course there are Koalas. They most beautiful slackers you will ever encounter. They sleep about 20 hours and get up and eat eucalyptus trees for the remaining 4 hours at night, they have the eyes of a ...
Tired! Didn't have the best sleep. Had to be up at 6am as being collected 7am for skydive. Got driven to the airport. Then we sat watching jackass, while people got checked in and weight. I was in the second group to go some spent about hour and half just watched jackass. I paid for the video and photo package. $135 a special offer. So glad I did. Makes me smile every time I watch it. We watched a safety video on what to do, then got called up by our skydiver. He was awesome guy, he'd ...
... discussed the aboriginals, their culture and government strategy regarding their isolation which lead us onto Australian racism. I've never had such direct conversation with someone so soon. I was originally booked to be with Dox until Friday, then to move to plan Coast to another couchsurfer and after that I was going to go on a tour to Cape tribulation. However Dox has told me I am welcome to stay with him as long as I am here and said I can have a key so I can use his bike ...
... of Chocolate Chip icecream. We thought we'd better check it out for afternoon tea - it was really good. have never ever done that before. This holiday we are doing lots of strange things., Five o'clock's with John & Faye. I don't see John a lot and have really enjoyed our time together, chatting about family & lots of other things. Brian has always got on well with John so ...
... was a bit of an anti-climax. Our guide thanked us for being so patient and pleasant but other than that, nothing! After a memorable morning we headed to Yungaburra for lunch and a visit to the curtain fig tree before heading back down the Gillies Highway. The curtain fig tree gets its name from the shape of its roots, which form, you guessed it, a curtain. It is actually a very large strangler fig whose host tree fell sideways as it, the fig, was ...