- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
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... puffers – I had no idea they were puffers when I saw them in the water. We also swam through a “wonky hole,” a place in the reef where the underground fresh water comes up from under the Earth. It was really obvious because the water temperature dropped about 4º and I was already cold.
We went to Cairns for a dinner show at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Center in an area referred to as Smithfield (where Cairns was first settled). On our fifty-minute bus ...
... We set up camp in the very dense and noisy cicada whistling rainforest hoping no cassowaries would stumble upon us. We familiarised ourselves with the bed extension mechanism and outside awning and felt pretty pleased with our first effort to set everything up. The bed felt comfortable but boy was it humid at night!
After a disturbed night listening to the exotic bird calls including ...
... here. We got to our place, which is called 'Paradise On The Beach' and got checked in. The staff were super friendly and helpful and we were in our room in no time. It's a self-catering affair here so we have a little (very little) kitchen area in our room and then a great communal barbecue area just outside, which we plan to make full use of :-) The pool, which we ditched our bags and jumped straight into, is directly outside our glass doors so that's super convenient too. After we'd ...
... great views of the rainforest and even the Daintree coastline. Being scared of heights, Suresh was a good sport and decided to become a jungle monkey with me. It was great fun but not the highest zip line we have experienced - this title goes to Sentosa Island in Singapore.
Lunch was also included on this tour and for all those keen to hear it, I had a beer battered fish burger :-) and a big burger it was indeed. Suresh had the fish ...
... mats, cradles and for wrapping food for cooking in an underground oven known as Kap Mari or Kap Mauri. Oven temperatures are high but due to the lack of oxygen the paper wont ignite, keeping the food moist and tender. The bark was also used for funeral ceremonies, bodies would be wrapped in the bark before the ceremony commenced.' from http://thriveonnews.com/2013/07/05/aust ralias-paper-bark-the-melaleuca/ Tuesday night brought rain. Very welcome as it has been ...