Sarayi, Palm Cove
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... I hope you enjoyed the pictures and videos! We returned back in Cairns in the early evening, treated ourselves to a Pizza Hut and got ready for what would be our final night out in Australia. We met up with Sam, Rosie and a few of their roommates and drank goon for the very last time. We're quite happy about that really, I think it's starting to affect us. But yeah, the night was like every other in Australia. Fun and games during pre-drinks and a good night out. The ...
... stop but we were getting desperate!)- finally arrived to see the most wonderful sunset at what seems to be one of the most beautiful ocean views I have seen. Can't wait for the Whitsunday adventures to begin.
Friday - a little bit of retail therapy ahead of our trip tomorrow on the Whitsunday Blue boat . Then spent the afternoon chilling by the pool on the sea front at the beautiful Coral Sea resort hotel. We have our bottle of wine ready for Whitsunday adventure ...
... was out of the door and off towards Cairns. For the first time since we've been in Cairns I saw the train today - the scenic train that goes up through the mountains to Kuranda, we'd like to go on it, but realistically it is too expensive. I was a little early on arrival so I stepped into a coffee shop across the street and grabbed a chai tea. Once I saw it was open, I headed into the car hire place and signed all the necessary documents and left with ...
... and veg on Easter Sunday. As soon as we get to New Zealand we are going to just try our best to eat as healthy as possible, and aim to do some exercise. Even though we are already prepared for drinking a lot out there as we are doing 'Kiwi experience' which involves many nights out. We're so excited for it though! On the 6th April, it was my Dads birthday so we face timed which was great, and I sent him a moonpig card with selfies of him (hilarious selfies) that I ...
... in the world. It is where the Pacific Ocean meets the Indian Ocean. We spent the day in Cairns but cannot claimed to have seen it, except from the cruise ship which tied up at a dock in the centre of town. One can take a short walk along the quay to the town centre. Cairns is a tropical town in northern Queensland dating back to 1876 when it acted as a port for the shipping of gold and tin mined inland. Today it is the major jumping off place ...