Tropical Heritage Cairns
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... to do so passed on that. I decided to find the shops and brought loads of food for a week. Spend $60. Found apple shop and asked about isteam, I can't get my photos on my iPad from iCloud as my iPhone was the main steam. Only once I get home can I do it via my laptop or when I get a new iPhone. Bit of a *******. Oh well least I backed it up recently. Brought a nice lunch from the cafe there. Chinese buffet $13 for a large meal. Very nice actually was nearly to much for me. Lol. ...
Beautiful sunny skies greeted us this morning as we sprinted to the marina (only to find we had the time wrong by 30mins) for the Great barrier reef day trip!
Once aboard the stunning Catarmaran 'Passions of Paradise' we had the safety brief and we were off! A fair bit of wind meant a bit of a bumpy ride, however that only enhanced the experience on board such a fine vessel! A small Group of Whales also took ...
... returned to Townsville and spent another night there before heading north up the coast. We stayed at a couple of beaches and have been living the slow life. We took a side trip to Wallaman Falls, the largest single drop waterfall in Australia, and Shaun and Piper made it to the bottom of the 260m gorge via the steep track through the rainforest. As we headed north the climate became warmer and more humid. And then it began to rain. Not heavily, but it has ...
... Pub the small bottles of Yellow Glen bubbly that I was drinking were called piccolos so I told him to buy a couple more for the trip. He bought it all at One Choice Liquor and I asked if he had enquired where the piccolos were, he said he was not going to be that silly and had found them on the shelf himself. Back to the van for a quiet evening. Have to be up early tomorrow for 7.30 pickup to catch the train to Karanda. ...
... home, so I'd forgotten to book in our bigger bag as checked in luggage. This effort had us swapping items in suitcases so the big bag wasn't heavier than 15kg and it costed $50 instead of the $20 it would have cost if I'd pre booked it.
As much as I've been whinging about the weather, it has been a great trip. It's been a really good break and the length of time has been perfect. Plenty of time to switch off and feel like we've had a decent break and ...