Waters Edge Apartments
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... in one shot. We drove home via Atherton to the car wash as most of the road around the lake is gravel. It does say, not suitable for caravans, but we passed one along the first stretch past the Dam going to one of the camp sites, and then passed another couple of vehicles towing boats etc. the other side, so don't think many people pay attention to that. It is like the Sidling but unsealed and narrower, but no steep sides.
... lemon or limes I know to look for green ants to add to my recipes instead. We take some more walks in the rainforest, go on a boat looking for crocodiles (I see 3 large ones) and visit another gorge where we can go for a swim. As I arrive at the gorge I find out I'm stood where a poisonous snake was 30 seconds earlier, while I'm a little gutted I missed it I was also a little relieved and headed for the water away from the snakes. On today's trip I saw a number of ...
... reasonable rate.
- Mattresses were 2 inch foam covered by vinyl. Fine for me, as I use half inch foam for most of my camping, but some thought them too thin
- Collapsible camp stretchers were available as an option at a reasonable rate
- The tents had been patched up many times and the fly on mine leaked like a sieve on the one night we had rain. The inner mesh section was fine with no zip issues. Others had similar ...
... br> After lunch we went to the park reception to book a few tours during our stay (more about that in the coming days) and then drove into the CBD for a look around and restock. The centre of Cairns really caters of the overseas tourists with the usual stuffed toy koala and kangaroo stores but we managed to find a shopping centre that had all we needed.
Tomorrow we hit the ...
... Our road train is growing.
The run to Cairns was mostly through sugar cane and banana crops, dwarfing us in many places. Also hit our first bit of rain, just a tropical type storm which came and went. We ended up taking a round-about way through Paronella Park, another suggestion from a fellow traveler. But alas, it was raining again by the time we got there, so just stopped for a coffee then make our way on to ...