Ibis Styles Cairns
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... sets of stairs which lead down to swimming holes. The area is very beautiful and, because there has been a lot of rain, the cascades were running swiftly. The area is popular with both tourists and locals so there were quite a lot of people there, including many swimming, but the walk was still peaceful and very ...
... and their massive teeth. Instead we just had a little wonder and, for the countless time, a fish and chips on the beach. We were soon back in the car heading for Mossman Gorge. The gorge is surrounded by rainforest and is a great place for a little swim. Unfortunately due to all the recent rain the water was too fast flowing for a safe swim but I couldn't resist climbing on a small boulder and jumping in. I'm such a rebel. I survived my brief swim and, as the heavens opened, ...
... had put together an amazing display of everything you could think of, of days gone by: Aboriginal display; explorers through mareeba; Early Settlers Hut; World War ! display;timber industry; Media and communication; elegant living' postal display; The Camp Car; toilets of the outback; and a town consisting of a gaol, butcher's shop, saddlery, blacksmith shop, hotel,Mareeba Rodeo. wash day/dairy/fire, ...
... a conciliatory ice cream
Actually I think the ice cream was just to soften the blow of her next suggestion.. Lets go for a walk around the island she beamed... AAARRRGGGG!!!
By now I was beginning to feel like I was in a cross between Groundhog day and John Cleese's travelogue ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ujk-6Ia 3UOQ ) only this time it was beaches ...
... took surf lessons, and yes, we did stand up! Never mind we were only on baby waves :) On May 24th 1770, Captain Cook went ashore for the second time in Australia and the first time in Queensland, hence the Town of 1770 is referred to as the birthplace of Queensland. From here we headed north to Yeppoon to experience a different type of Australian life style on Mount Wheeler Farm where we will spend about six weeks helping around the ...