- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
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... bought clearly wasn't to the tastes of the kangaroos in the zoo, so they munched on trees instead. Throughout the rest of the zoo we got to see kookaburra, lemurs, dingoes, super cute wombats and even a deadly looking casowary (I'd become fairly resigned that these were a myth). After the zoo we hit up a Hungry Jacks for a quick, cheap lunch and then headed off into the hills, past Kuranda and Mareeba and down into the Atherton Tablelands. Here we took ...
... we picked up the RAV4 and headed to the caravan park. When we arrived our room wasn't ready so we went to Woollies where Michelle found her first interesting birds. 7 metallic starling nests with the birds all over them.
We spent the afternoon walking along the esplanade then back to the van park to watch saints win and a BBQ dinner
To finish up the day for Michelle we had a bush stone curlew wander past the BBQ while we were cooking.
... after a few miles, the tarmac disappeared, and our poor little hire car was subjected to kilometre after kilometre of dirt track road! Now, I have to say, I was thrilled! Though again, a more powerful four wheel drive car would have been better suited to the task, I had a blast! (as well as spending the entire time ignoring the thought that we had signed something to say 'we will not take our hire car off road'...oops!) Along this drive ...
... snorkelling with turtles or early morning with the unbelievable Whitehaven Beach to ourselves before the masses descended. Even the plague of March flies - a type of horse fly - that were out in force the first couple of days on the water couldn't spoil the experience, and we soon became adept at killing them and chucking them overboard. After returning the yacht we had a night out in Airlie Beach before Kate headed back to Canberra and we drove ...
... oysters to name a few. I quickly learnt that I do not like oysters and felt like I was doing a bush tucker trial when the oyster exploded in my mouth. It was disgusting! Needless to say Rich was put off from trying one after watching my reaction! Overall we've had a brilliant time in Cairns, it hasn't rained once despite being the wet season. Tomorrow we set off for a few days in Brisbane and will mark the half way point of our ...