Park Regis City Quays
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... around your face as you moved through the water, you could even hold your hand out and they would swim against it! The reefs were absolutely beautiful with such bright colours and varied shapes. There was an absolutely amazing group of people on the boat and we all just gelled which was great! In comparison to Fraser Island, I preferred the Whitsunday's as the whole group were together all the time and therefore could get to know each other much better. In the evenings, we ...
... with humidity at 90 odd % and because of this, the place was a ghost town (the first hostel we stayed in there was just us and only a few other people). 7 months on and we can now see Cairns as the tropical paradise that it is. Here are our highlights...
Bill and Bill's family
Seeing Bill again after so long has been awesome and getting to know Alana and Orlaith as well as his more extended family (including Jaxon, the dog) ...
... his body weight in water and cursing everyone from Posiden to his own irrational thoughts of Jaws. However as the sea calmed, so did the nerves and with Abbie finished diving we could both enjoy the lovely sights of the Great Barrier Reef and its marine life. After three dive sites and a number of photos later (which we have lost all hope of ever uploading) it was time to say goodbye to the reef, for now, and head on back to the mainland.
... steak meal and a drink, Lauren and Hannah arrived and it was so nice to see them both after so long. We swiftly retreated up to our balcony to partake in some pre drinks and some more of their friends arrived who they had met while down in Melbourne. They were a couple, both from Shropshire, young farmers and they knew Rhys Jones! Very coincidental! (It was very strange to hear the shropshire accent again!) We then headed out to some bars, including a ...
FRIDAY - Today we just had a very lazy day. Nothing new there!! We attended the Caravan Park 'Happy Hour' and met a few of our fellow inmates. They had free nibbles and then we all paid $5 per couple to be in 6 raffle drawers. Angela and Ray both won something (a set of postcards and a chocolate). Most of the others staying here are from South Australia and Tasmania.
SATURDAY - Ray is feeling much better today. We went into Cairns ...