Hotel Grand Chancellor Palm Cove
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The Great Barrier reef is undoubtedly on everyone's bucket list and what a way to kick off our family time in Cairns. We boarded our vessel at the Reef Fleet Terminal and headed out to Marine World where we had a full 5 hours. With mam and our stuff safely located at a sun loungers, it was straight into the snorkel gear and into the reef where we …
Sunday 20th September 2015
The flights were straight forward and on time so not much to comment on! The first photos I took were from the plane as I flew into Brisbane at sunrise...awesome colours...unfortunately taking photos off an iPhone through plane windows doesn't really capture it but, I tried!
I landed in Cairns and got a minibus to the hostel.....should have been ...
... my boarding pass,....I couldn't get it without waiting in a LONG USAir line,....so I just bypassed it,...and went through the checkpoint.
They changed my gate shortly after I arrived. It had begun raining outside. And then the FUN began.
I ended up having my gate changed '3' times. I took a photo that looked like a tornado was about to hit,....and then they announced, 'the Airport has CLOSED'. Hmmm,...not often you hear that. ...
... Saturday 8/8 and will return 2/9. Had a nice surprise visit at the campground from Neil on Tuesday. We met Neil in the UK in 1980. It was his idea to travel Europe and Nth Africa on the BMW - we went, he didn't. In 1984 he arrived in Australia with Clare, his wife, and they borrowed our BMW and took it around Australia. They settled in the Atherton Tablelands. We have stayed in touch and had told them we were in the area. We plan to catch up properly when we get back in ...
... from potential tyre traps. The smaller country towns all seem to find something to advertise as an attraction to get the passing grey nomads to stop and spend money. Battle Creek touts itself as the Horselick Capital of Australia. Really?! Nancy wanted to stop at Mt Surprise to see a world class minerals/fossils/rock collection. To be fair it was worth the fee and the time. There are some amazing agates, ...