Mid City Luxury Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... it chewing and gnawing on it. I swam over clams that were the same size as me, saw lots of sea cucumbers and a ray having a snooze between rocks on the ocean floor. You can probably tell from the writing how much I was amazed by this experience but just incase you didn't...it was one of the best experiences in my life so far!!! (I am writing this since doing a skydive and that has to be way up there too with one of the best experiences in my life! Maybe I should do a top ...
... lose anything this late in the game!). It was so nice in the water; really cooling, and you could look at the sea and the mountains around. A really nice moment. After this we headed back to the flat, and decided to have our last Aussie BBQ for lunch. I did some nice burgers, sausages and of course some halloumi! Lush. We decided as it was so hot today, to go for one last swim too in our communal pool. I've ...
... to me. He was really friendly & told me about lots of (theres only about 8 do-able activities in Cairns) things to do whilst I was there. Yay!my first independent travel friend! So then I did go and explore, but there really wasn't a lot to see. Next day I had my Great Barrier Reef Trip booked. We set of on a boat and were warned that if we got sea sick we should stay outside, so me being a pussy in the travel sick stakes ...
... who’d pulled over his car nearby to drop off someone offered us a ride. Why it seemed perfectly safe to take him up on his offer here, whereas we might not do the same at home, probably says as much about our desperation at the moment as about our perceptions of the relative risks of accepting rides from strangers in different countries.
We motivated the girls to haul themselves up the mountain with promises of frozen ...
... 8217;s large native birds - cassowaries and emus (emus are almost as tall as ostriches) - and both with families. What a thrill! It was now almost early evening and we thought we would stop to top up the gas tank. The service station attendant was spraying the area around the pumps with water. We asked if he had gasoline for sale and he said yeah but we might not be able to pump it into our tank. Apparently his gas pumps had ...