Hotel Grand Chancellor Palm Cove
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... as it's such a destination that it was packed. It was also a bit club 18-30 for our more "mature" tastes and full of people that seemed to have decided that to fit into a surfing town you had to ride a skateboard everywhere despite clearly never having been on one before. Tiring of having to stop every 10 paces on the pavement to let someone wobble and flail their way from one lamppost to the next on their boards - whilst looking totally cool man - we ...
... are only open for dinner. We enjoyed the time to tour a different part of the city though. We head back to change clothes and off for more touring. We need to pack and gather supplies as we start our road trip tomorrow. We buy some souvenirs and head back to the hotel to pack and prepare for the drive to Chillagoe. I am not sure how much wi-fi connection we will have for a couple of days. Chillagoe is in the ...
... over to the less crowded and larger live aboard catamaran.
I loved diving the Great Barrier Reef. It was lush with bright purple, red, pink, orange, green blue coral and lots of tropical fish. It was much better than the reef dives I had seen in Hawaii. A unique thing that I saw were some large 3 foot clams (or one meter, as I’ve had to refer to things here). I also did a fluro night dive where I ...
... the water than on its surface, it was easier to move and faster, you didn't have to fight with water splashing in your face, or water getting in your snorkel, or fight against the waves and current. It was simply amazing. I mean you could see pretty much everything you could see from snorkelling, but this time you could get much closer, look under the corals and rocks, swim up close to the fish. Our instructor pointed out a few things we could touch as well, mainly the ...
... did see a lot of tourists. Went up to Kuranda on the train and back on the Skyrail and we both felt that was another been there done that, and don't need to do it again experience. In Kurunda we did go to the walk in butterfly sanctuary. This was interesting and I had fun with the new camera taking close ups and between us both we got some good photos, but the brilliant blue Ulysses ...