Sarayi, Palm Cove
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... liked, but it was missing cheese. Cheese we had bought because we want to make a carbonara tomorrow. Cheese that has gone missing since we arrived. Perhaps it is something about Australia. Our cheese disappeared in Exford Hotel too. After dinner we walked to the seafront which is further away than I realised and we had an ice cream. After writing this blog I feel like we've done a lot of eating today... The cyclone still isn't ...
... was good timing. It was a great few hours walking though the place we saw Wallaby's, Kangaroos, crocodiles and Koalas! We could walk into an enclosure with the Kangaroos. I went round to the over side to see them closer and Alison had a rest and a bird pooped on her! More washing to deal with!! We saw a snake close up but decided against the photo holding it! It was then time for the Koala cuddles......... How cute but Forrest was very dozy, they do sleep 18 hours a day, ...
... packaged day out. We kept telling them that we were flying home in a few days - was sad to say but true! We got all our bits while sticking to the shade as much as possible, and headed up to the esplanade, to have a swim in a public lagoon by the sea. It didn't open til midday, so we took it in turns to go for a little dip, while the other one watched all the shopping and our bags (can't be too careful, don't ...
... to pull off the mangroves until we walked into a wide area of sand that was covered by about a foot deep of ocean water. According to our guide we would not need to worry about crocodiles or sharks in that area because it would be too shallow for them to want to come in. However, I was a little on edge walking through the water after the guide speared a small sand ray. The ray was placed in a bucket to be cooked later. Our guide also speared ...
... into it. Besides the reef, my favorite thing about the trip was the really good food the boat served. Well done! Nothing beats a great meal after a swim. (Although Rachel, you were not lying to me, they definitely overcook all their meat in Australia) On the boat I met a couple my age because the guy was wearing his UA shirt and his girlfriend was also a travel nurse. I also got to dive with a very cool nice English woman ...