Park Regis City Quays
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... where we were to get on board our planes. It felt like forever waiting until the right height to jump but finally we hit 14,000 feet and jumped out the plane. Best experience ever. The views of the Great Barrier Reef were just incredible. So so glad I've done that now. One off of the bucket list. Today was also the last part of our road trip. We made our way up to cairns, our final destination. The journey was quick compared to the marathons we've been doing recently ...
... her fingers in my back. Still I suppose that's what you get when you only pay what I did for a massage. After 30 seconds it was clear she didn't really know what she was doing. Rather than a massage i'd say she just pinched & poked my legs & feet for about 30 mins (I have the bruises to prove it) before I was laid out on a table where she covered me with a sheet & squatted over me while poking me some more including sometimes with a stick type thing. The ...
... br> - Increasing lengths of the roads are being sealed and most are likely to be sealed within 5 - 10 years.
- If the bypass roads are used, then there are no creek crossings requiring 4WD, although during the wet season, the crossings, bridges and ferry's may be under water. Even the roads may be unusable and impassible for extended periods during the wet season.
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- The vehicle used was an Isuzu 4WD ...
Friday 18th and with hot 30 deg plus predicted for the day, we forgo the morning exercise and make an early start for Cairns 185km to the north. We are on the road by 7am and join the traffic as we exit Cardwell. Our new GPS, 'Serena', does a superb job and we are soon jostling the huge road trains for our patch of the highway. The surrounding countryside is once again a healthy green with plenty of sugar cane, avocado and mango fields. We are relaxed and enjoying ...
... waterfall a short drive down the road. The temperature is very nice also, warm but not humid. We have noticed it getting warmer as we head further north ... something we have been looking forward to, leaving the winter behind!
Brian and Jenny were here when we arrived, so the group is getting closer to completion. Tomorrow the kids will arrive then we just wait for Alicia and the other four boys ... can't wait!