Cairns Queens Court
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... filled with laid-back travellers from all over the world. The accommodation on site ranges from wigwams to wagons, and its inhabitants can fill their days with free lessons in yoga, fire poi, and African drumming. After spending a couple of days getting into the hippie lifestyle, we signed ourselves up for a 4-hour surfing lesson for beginners. At first I struggled to fight against the waves, but after I while I got the hang of ducking under the swells in order to get far ...
... appreciate the lovely Ozzie coffee, the company and well just enjoyed the moment. When we finished we headed back to Justine's abode so I could settle in and so she could get ready for work. She very kindly showed me around the place, instructing me on how to use the shower, washing machine etc and basically told me to make it my own. At 11.30am Justine (Jussy) left for work and I started to make myself comfortable by unpacking my things followed by ...
... to the Daintree. Most of the drive consisted of mountain roads along the Coral Coast. The sights were absolutely gorgeous. I would be happy to take that drive even if I wasn’t enroute to the rainforest. For a brief period on the drive the sun came out and we thought we might have some luck with the weather. No such luck. The skies turned gray again and a drizzle started. When we finally made it up ...
... bitten. I am not afraid of snakes that much anymore, even though 21 of the top 25 deadliest snakes live here.
The next day we went to a few isolated towns, real outback: roadkill, road trains, cities (on the map larger than in real life), sometimes dirt track roads and (luckeley) more often tarmack. We also visited a volcanic park (Kurunda), did a tour in caves and natural bridges. Finally we have been to a big crater.
Our road trip ended in Mission ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet