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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So... dinner. We couldn't pass up the opportunity to have our last decent steak for a while, so we went to Hogs Breath Café. OMG. Beeeautiful! Mal had his Pina Colada cocktail, so he was happy, but the meal was actually really good this time.
So the first day is over and we are looking forward to the next day of relaxing before the real adventure begins.
B & M
... They bought more land and started again; planting 25,000 coffee bushes only to have the Queensland Department of Primary Industry spray their bushes for fruit fly during a particularly large outbreak. The spray killed the coffee cherries and they lost the lot. They burnt the bushes and sometime later planted another lot. It takes 5 years for coffee bushes to bear good fruit and so they were able to get several tonnes the first ...
... ll take up diving as a regular hobby, every now and again is enough and in between ill stick to snorkelling. It was then time to have one last snorkel before struggling to get out of my (really unflattering wetsuit), relaxing with cheese and wine on the way back and a few songs from 'Elvis'. Afterwards I sat once again by the lagoon to catch the sunset before cooking up some dinner. The next day I was checking out of the hostel ready to begin my road trip to Cape York - the tip of Australia.
Obviously, during our six hour bus ride to Cairns, there was blue skies for the first time in about two weeks. The weather is pretty average at the moment and we've realised that we're not going to return to England with a tan and you guys will be more browner than us! Oh well there's more to life than a tan. Like goon. We checked into our hostel which was more like a massive hotel complex than a hostel. Thousands of rooms, a swimming pool, a bar, club and restaurant all under one ...
... as the boat was moored we organised goggles, snorkels, flippers and buoyancy vests and were off swimming and admiring the beautifully coloured fish and coral. We were amazed by the numbers and variety of fish ranging from tiny (matchbox sized) ones to sharks and a very large grouper. After a very enjoyable lunch we were back in the water for an hour, ...