Flag Suites The Mediterranean
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... to turn his RAV around but went too far off the road where there was soft black
mud – with the inevitable result – he got bogged! Well, thanks to Alistair,
Wands, Dave and Nicky who gave Pete a 4x4 course when we got our Pathie, he
knew exactly what to do and proceeded to tow the car out of the mud and back
onto the road. Thanks, family, for the ongoing benefit we are getting from that
wonderful present! I don’t know how many times ...
... he cancelled the order, but they apologised and gave it to him in a "doggy bag" (see pic ) $13 for that!! I ask you.
26 July. Awoke to a warm but cloudy day, had breakfast and at 9-30 (68.7km) on clock we drove down to the local craft and produce market, walked all around for 90 min lots of colourful characters, Don & Di had a fresh coconut. We then drove up Flagstaff Hill for a view of Port Douglas. Then drove on to Mossman gorge, paid $7.60 each for the shuttle ...
... if they wanted. A couple of the roos clearly had wriggly little joeys in their pouches which was pretty special to see up close. The ducks and geese were trying to get in there too but Thomas was good at shooing them away.
We moved onto the crocodiles which thomas didn't realise were real until they moved. The funny one then went round telling everyone the could see that there were REAL crocodiles. Good job the aussies are a patient bunch.
... Evans uncovered and re-discovered much of Jose's work, and have now built up this wonderful treasure to share the remarkable story of The Spanish Dreamer, and the story of Paronella Park. The entrance fee of $74 to Paronella Park for the two of us ensured continuing entry to any or all of the park for 24 hours, a 2 year revisit entry, caravan park for the night, and a fully guided day tour and night experience tour. We thought this great value, and the fact we were lucky enough to ...
... your entire life and when it does it just blows you away. At 8:30a this morning, we boarded the Silversonic cruise ship destined for the Great Barrier Reef. I thought I had an idea of how cool it would be to say “Yeah, I’ve scuba dived the Great Barrier Reef before.” But, as awesome as it sounds just to be able to tell someone that, it’s 1,000,000X better when you actually see ...