Cairns Southside International Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Microwave in room
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... of it. The people on the boat - both the crew and the other passengers - were all really nice, and the food and snacks we got on the boat were nice too. Giacomo doesn't have a scuba diving certification yet, so he only did one introductory dive. But he thought it was so much fun that he now wants to get the open water licence. Hopefully he'll be able to sign up for a course and get it when we're on Magnetic ...
... rooms and quite big for England. Warm Rooms and hot showers. All I really need. Walked to Rebecca's place. Nice and comfortable. Cold though, she said it was ok. Not ok at all in my books. Went to Moorland Road, saw her old work place, the bakery, had lunch, then back to her flat. Bought a washing machine on eBay, the men delivered it, took away the old one, connected the new machine. Excellent. Finally back to my hotel to get warm and catch up on some ...
... and who he met, all these girls he befriends, yet when our Swedish friend Marcus came back from 3 days on a boat scuba diving and had some cool go-pro footage to show us, Darren sat with his back to us uninterested. It was a 1way street friendship which we quickly blocked off, we were bored of him. And now on to our actual friends at JJ's! I've already said about Marcus and Malin, the two Swedish friends. They met on a website for people who are looking ...
... is very different with stepping stones, fountains and small bridges you can walk across. The Botanical Gardens are also very pretty and serve as a relaxing haven inside a bustling 'capital' city. However, it really doesn't have much character and, for a tourist, I think there are much more fun places to visit. As you can probably tell, I was rather excited to leave Sydney and decided to make a stop in Byron Bay. Oh my gosh, what a great place. I made friends with an extremely ...
... of the complimentary tea and biscuits. Accompanying us on the boat were a group of excitable Australians on a ‘buck’s party’ (Australian for stag do) that involved the groom-to-be dressing up as a woman. They’d also been in The Woolshed a few hours earlier but, unlike us, they were back on the beers. The Down Under trip takes in two different reef locations during the day and we reached the first after nearly two hours on the boat. Unfortunately I can ...