Marlin Cove Holiday Resort
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... it would have been. So Mikki finds out that the old boat is in Cairns and not only do we visit Cairns but we find her. She is now doing Barrier Reef Diving tours - so we hopped on board and had both an adventure and for Mikki a trip down memory lane.
We got to see the famed bunk and Mikki got to steer the boat :) The diving and the day out were really great. I got to see Nemo in his anenome!!!
... too friendly’, where nothing can be done in a hurry, including ordering coffee, where the cashier was too chatty and it took 3 overly friendly staff to make and serve the coffee, leaving very little time in a coffee break to actually drink it! We spoke about our thoughts on moving out to New Zealand with me practicing as an OT, with her giving me some very interesting pointers and contacts. She spoke of her dreams before she had her family ...
... not always run as smoothly & 11 days later it arrive. Hence the further delay! Mind you that is only one reason it has been so go to catch up with friends and also meet new ones. Had a few dinners at Jo & Rhonda's and so impressed by Barnaby's report! dinners at favourite cheap & cheerful Thai, the list goes on. Thanks guys for making it a great stay and Jamelle & John, Sandy(Steve we would love it but know its not your thing) you ...
... class. We of course travelled gold class, comfy, individual seats and light food refreshments and drinks were included ( beer for Rob, Sparkly wine for Heulwen) just the job for the 2hour, 37 km journey through stunning scenery. Our fellow companions included a welsh lady and her Scottish husband and a young person from Manchester.The track rises some 330 mtrs above sea level from cairns to Karunda so we were on the downward journey. We arrived back into a very ...
... herded into tough rubber Zodiacs, eight per raft. Wallets, glasses and other non-waterproof items were left behind. The average age of the other river rafters was around 20 so we felt really old. The guide instructed us on what to do if we fell out of the boat and what the commands would be if he wanted us to paddle forward, paddle backward, get down into the middle of the boat etc. In the excitement it took me a while to realize that he was aiming for the rocks to make ...