Sarayi, Palm Cove
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- Swimming pool
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Woke to rain this morning, time to leave Cairns behind and fly to Alice Springs. Arrived in Alice, checked in hotel, lovely chat with Sue (our hosts for next week) we then went for a stroll around the place, shared a pizza and a beer and I can officially say Alice Springs is a dump!! Little ones Spike went on another aeroplane today, he flew to a place called Alice Springs. He was happy as in the hotel he had another lovely bed all to ...
... round the city. It feels extremely chilled even though it is one of the biggest cities in Australia and, if you look between the nooks and crannies, you can find a spontaneous or random beauty hidden and surrounded by a brightly coloured mass of political and creative statements. Melbourne locals pride themselves on their street art and entertainment, quirky bars and coffee shops (being that Melbourne is a haven for coffee snobs, you won't find any locals in Starbucks; most of ...
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
These two days have been quiet. We did not venture far. Just spent time around the park and the pool. We just went into town to do a bit of fresh food shopping. Ray is feeling much better now. We have been having some nice salad lunches (this is to make up for all the naughty food we have been eating - stashed away in the microwave oven - isn't that is what microwave ovens are for???)
Our third day in Cairns was the day Kirk had been waiting for the whole trip - scuba diving / snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef. To say it was amazing would be an understatement - breathtaking and spectacular come to mind. There are so many different types of coral and fish it's almost too much to take in. After I (Katie) got over an initial bout of sea sickness ...
... I swam around until I was so tired getting back on the boat was going to be problematic. With a pull from my tired arms and a surreptitious push from behind I made it back aboard. We then had lunch and moved to a different area to snorkel and dive. I knew better than to try it again so I watched while the girls went in again.
Then back to town for a shower and off to the Green ...