Sarayi, Palm Cove
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... We'd drop anchor every now and then for a bit of snorkelling, a spot of lunch, a beach stroll or bush walk, and always moor up somewhere beautiful for the evening for drinks, nibbles and dinner cooked on the back-of-deck BBQ to the tunes on our yacht-specific playlists (Dara's idea of course). Our sail guide/skipper Pete made the trip especially easy for us and always made sure we were in the right spot at the right time: whether it was sailing ...
... 8220;Now, Clearys, now Leahys, now Ramsays and Mike,
Now, Qeurida, now Cooks, and anyone ye like,
Would ye take them in and save us all pain?”
Said Deci and Emma again and again.
They could go back to Sydney someone let fly,
Dave pleaded “not under our bloody sky”;
“So, to whose house would you suggest?”
“Anywhere but here would be the best.”
And then, in a twinkling, the ...
... the rooms were because scuba diving makes you really tired because the nitrogen (or Co2, I’m not sure) builds up in your system. The boat also had a very strict schedule that started at 0630 and was: dive eat dive dive eat nap dive eat dive eat sleep repeat. I did four dives in one day, five the next and two on the last day. It was very tiring but the diving was really incredible that each time I was in the water ...
... from her trip we ate, went for a wander and to get claire and underwater camera for her trip tomorrow then headed to bed.. All in all an amazing day. Day 3 - Uncle Brian's Uncle Brian's is by far the weirdest trip I have been on, but equally by the end I could potentially say one of the funniest, although I may retract that later. Today involved jumping in pools, sliding down natural water slides, swimming under waterfalls and in a volcano - it was dormant - , jumping of trees ...
We left Rocky Creek travelled through Mareeba (a nice place) and headed up the highway north.
We stopped for lunch at Lakelands before we headed off toward Weipa.
The road was sealed up until Laura then it was mostly gravel and some tar over water ways. The road was very corrugated with a lot of loose gravel and sand.
It took us two and a half hours to travel 70ks. We drove as far as the Hann River Roadhouse where we spent the ...