Il Centro Apartment Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... in to the rapids of this big fast flowing river. We weren't there long enough to be able to swim unfortunately. A great day out, for our last day in Oz. Still feeling bit ill, no energy, queasy, headache. Hope it will pass soon. It has just been on news, that Palm Cove beach has been closed today and for the foreseeable future after 2 people stung by Irukanje jellyfish! We fly to Hong Kong ...
... them demonstrate spear-throwing and archery, learning about and listening to them play the didgeridoo, and getting to try throwing boomerangs (the Abell-Doh family success seemed to correlate with age, with the best throw going to the youngest participant). At least now we know the proper way to hold the boomerangs that we have at home from previous trips to Australia.
FINALLY, it was time for the ultimate activity – a gondola ride down the ...
... bombers or any sign that anyone was going to fight the fire. I believe they just let them burn out as long as the fires don’t threaten any large settlement. The road was under construction. A narrow one lane paved road was being widened in sections, so we would alternate about every twenty kilometres between a narrow paved road and a wider gravel surface under construction. We met the notorious road trains on this stretch of ...
... br> We then headed out to get lunch. We had fish and chips. Believe it or not if you want ketchup you have to pay a dollar. So no ketchup with our chips. Larry told us to go shopping at the Woolworths for sunscreen. On our shopping expedition we ran across a shop run by aboriginals for over 23 years. All the artwork and didgeridoos are hand made and painted by Trevor and his family. We spent lots of ...
... in Australia. Still pretty surreal. We landed in Brisbane and then had to hurry so we could catch our connecting flight to Cairns. The Aussie pronounce it without the r sound. We had a little snafu at the BNE. We had to check in our bags because we had to clear customs. The airport attendant told us where to go so we started walking. When we hit the end of the terminal and still did not see the Quantas airlines windows ...