Cairns Southside International Inn
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... have loved to see, rare John Deere tractors and lots of examples of early life. Could have spent hours there. Went to have a bit of lunch at the Herberton Pub, thanks Graeme for the shout. On the way home called into Jaques Coffee Plantation. Running out of time so didn't do the tour but would have liked to. Rushed home to go to Christmas in July. Had ...
... walls, even some of the children who attended this schools homework on display dating back to the early 1900s. There was also a Blacksmiths shop with a smithy operating and turning pieces of metal into works of art using his forge with the bellows working flat out to heat the metal white hot so he was able to mould it to some of the most amazing shapes just like they would have in the old day's making tools and farm implements, ...
... lot of photos so we want to enjoy taking our time to sort through them.
Favourite Country - Greece - It was before we started and probably always will be when it comes to Europe. It has history that is so remarkably visible. It has beauty in its people and its landscape. It has generosity of spirit and in almost all things. It gives you all its heart, and a complimentary ouzo as well!
... sport activities which is awesome! I attended Aqua Zumba and normal Zumba which was really fun! :)) -Once we went to an Aboriginal art gallery/shop which was also nice. -Every night there's a night market with a food court and jewellery, massage (40 minutes for 15$!!!!), etc. -The Saturday market though isn't really worth the time as its tiny and the stalls not that interesting. ...
4th June drove to Cairns and stayed at Crystal Cascades van park. A beautiful place with great walking & bike tracks through the rain forest and next to a clear running creek.
Had a day visit to Kuranda via Scenic Rail and returned via Skyrail really worth the money. A great view of the Barron Falls from the train and the top of the rain forest from the skyrail.
Had lunch in Kuranda and visited the butterfly hatchery we both really enjoyed the day.