Waters Edge Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... When we got back Ari found the bread was mouldy and they didn't have any at Woolworths. So decided when we get up i'll get some from breakfast. Packed our stuff ready for tomorrow and went to use the internet. Talked to a guy from Brisbane for a while, he was here on holiday and had done so much stuff in 8 days!
Headed back to the room for a early night as we have to be at the harbour for 8:30am.
... types of birds around the hostel site as were basically in 'the bush'. We walked to the beach 5 minutes up the road, there were only a couple of shops and restaurants, most of them closed. The only place to buy food to cook was really expensive so I got something from a fish and chip shop. We realised were going to have to get a cool bag and buy some bulk items to cook, which just adds a load to our donkey satchels! I'm getting fed up carrying my 2 ...
... It wasnt too busy on the day I went so I took it easy. The dancing, bush and medicine show were also really good and gave an insight into the indigenous culture which most places dont offer. I also spoke to the indigenous workers and that was even more insightful.
Although Cairns didnt start off positively for me, it definately ended on a positive note. I would definitely suggest Port Douglas and Palm Cove and NOT Cairns city.
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... It's lucky he's tall, 'a moment on the lips a lifetime on the hips' just doesn't seem to apply to him! After we were full up we headed home, happy with our bargain day out! In total we each paid $50 for the entire day, rather than $150 and being crammed on a coach with 30 other people. Definitely worth it! It was a nice social mini trip to break up our days between Kuranda and snorkelling, the weather was beautiful and the company even better. Cheers to the ...
Saying goodbye to our feathered friends in Hervey Bay, we travelled to Mackay for an overnighter then set off on our final leg towards home. As we drove past the verdant peaks of Bartle Frere we could appreciate the wonder felt by visitors to our region. And so to home, it's always great to open your own front door and step in ...