Sunshine Tower Hotel Cairns
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... thank your lucky stars, or run up the stairs to do it again. So I waited and watched Ash do his first two jumps. It was so surreal to see my boyfriend run off a roof right above me, legs and arms pumping away like he was swimming through the air, and watching him definitely gave me a kick of jealousy. I decided to do a second jump, opting for the 'Pendulum' where you lean out backwards off the edge and they pretty much just drop you. Seemed like a sensible option as ...
Yet again another early morning - we woke up about 6am, packed everything last minute and called an uber taxi just after 7am. We arrived at the airport not long before 8am and checked our bulging bags in! We thought this would be a practice for packing for flying back home but tbh were going to need a lot of layers back home so we will actually have more space - score :) We checked in, wondered ...
... bed. Day 5..headed to Cape tribulation for the day. Caught the ferry from port Douglas to cape tribulation, was a lovely drive. Stopped for brekkie whilst it poured down with rain. Drive to Cape tribulation beach, which was nice but we just started to melt..and you couldn't swim because of crocs!! So just a big tease. B stumped his foot pretty bad, so had to hop walk back to car. We thought we would head home after that but came across daintree river cruises so thought why not, so ...
... i'm not sure if it's for the best to track them as surely having a brick on your back with and aerial make you a bit less aerodynamical. It was swimming off until some snorkelers got in the way, after they were shooed off the turtle happily swam off into the ocean.
Headed over to the rental hut so we could get snorkels, flippers and stinger suits. They place was a mess with no organisation, but we managed to get our stuff in the end. ...
... throughout the day so that by the end you're wistfully eyeing up her oxygen cylinder praying for some peg to break, just a few reckless moments away from grabbing "Cairns" and whacking her regulator off with it.
The worst such instance was, undoubtedly, during the scuba dive which, very much along the same lines would have been adequate stimulus for a five year-old farmgirl whose only sight of water to this date had been rain and morning dew.
I was scheduled ...