The York Beachfront Holiday Apartments
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... place, just outside of Sydney, called Manly. It's chilled out, relaxed and every small business had the word 'Manly' in front of it which entertained me probably more than it should have. On day two I decided to go to Bondi beach, which was huge. It was still so cold though so I couldn't understand why Aussies thought it was appropriate weather to surf... I ended up finding a small lagoon where I spent ages sitting ...
At midday we pick up Julie from the Airport in Cairns.....the girls are together again after 10 months, and they couldn't be happier! We drive just a short way to our fabulous accommodation over-looking the beach at Yorkeys Knob (I know - what a name!).
A villa Gail is run by a lovely Aussie lady called Gail, and her 2 level flat is one of 5 others, cut into the rocks with an outstanding 180 degree sea view. Booked in for 4 nights, it's the perfect place to relax and do ...
Overcast and drizzle. Toast with Shelly then picked up van foot from Taylor's Trailers before meeting Grant and Wendy for day out. Visited Marchant Beach then Palm Cove for a late morning tea. Lunch at the Tin Shed Port Douglas, then shopping and exploring before a visit to the lookout. Back to Cairns for the night markets and a $15 massage and a dinner in town. Got home and saw Shelly, Beth and Sean ...
... and rocks we had to cross 5 waterways many mud patches and lots of rocky bends OMG i was ******** my self John of course loved it It took us right thru the middle of the daintree forest it was beautiful after the rough stuff We went to mount tribulation ( i feel like i am on the ad for the insurance company at over 55s ) Then had to ferry across to the mainland woo the Leyland brothers made it safely back John and his precise car were washed and serviced the next ...
... had better weather and the right tides.
Woke up this morning to more rain and wind, the perfect day for journals, homework, having a quiet day around the camp, until State of Origin. David claimed the TV in the afternoon with his blues scarf and we all had our camping chairs all in a row in front of the TV to watch the big game, of course it was the right result.
Today we have booked a train ride on the Kuranda Scenic Railway, we ...