Oasis Inn Cairns
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from Cairns
Were up and ready to go early, amazing how much extra time you have when there is no camper to pack..
We even had time to visit the Botanical Gardens ( which did not open till 09:00 )..
Why you may ask.. after seeing all the plants in the rain forest... I dunno.. just say 'yes dear' and do as told..
As it was only 08:00 we went for a stroll down to the mouth of a small ...
... ended up watching the same band perform as we did the day before. I loved the amount of live music, not just here in Cairns but everywhere we've been and I'm keen to get back to playing guitar when back in England! In the evening we went into a travel agents and spent a small fortune on the East Coast. It seems everyone gets package deals here so we joined them. ...
... and was a walk through the forest to a view of the waterfall which in the wet months supplies hydroelectric power to the towns surrounding it. Very scenic. There's a train that snakes along from Kuranda to Barron falls but its ridiculously expensive and so we went by road instead. On the way home we popped to a small town called "Yorkeys Knob" As Laura decided she liked the name of it! Not a lot there apart from a beach and few shops. We've picked up some meat so ...
... to settle a little, so it was no longer torrential, just heavy. Xander and I took our chance to head out to the supermarket and pick up some necessary ingredients for our so-called sushi night. After finding a couple of cheeky discounts, Xander and I headed back outside where the rain had taken on a whole new form. Sheets of water poured from the sky and the roads were like rivers. My Toms were not going to thank me later. By the time we got back we ...
... bingo. Furthering our exploration of Cairns, we headed out into the rainforest with Barefoot Tours for an action adventure of waterfalls and natural lakes. The tour saw us descending through the trees along unmarked trails leaving us caked from head-to-toe in red mud, scaling up over boulders to shower beneath a cascading waterfall, hurtling down a natural waterside along with a visit to the iconic Milla Milla Falls made famous by the ...