Mantra Trilogy Resort
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... the boat all you can see is still blue water, but as soon as you put your head under the water, you see a whole new world! It's crazy! Fishes all the colours/sizes you can think of and we were even lucky enough to see a green turtle. It just swam by out of nowhere, so gracefully and minding its own business. Sadly I didn't get to see any sharks but it wasn't without trying. What surprised me the most was seeing a parrot fish eating away at the corral and you could ...
... packaged day out. We kept telling them that we were flying home in a few days - was sad to say but true! We got all our bits while sticking to the shade as much as possible, and headed up to the esplanade, to have a swim in a public lagoon by the sea. It didn't open til midday, so we took it in turns to go for a little dip, while the other one watched all the shopping and our bags (can't be too careful, don't ...
After a ridiculously long wait in the airport to check in (6 hours to be exact) I was finally on my way to Cairns, then I landed and waited another 4 hours for my bus to the hostel. After what seemed like the longest night of my life I arrived in Cairns and... it was raining! That didn't stop me, so I decided to get a map and explore, but first a coffee. Sat reading my map & drinking my coffee & over comes this French guy and ...
... hand and managed to get a few shots of the emu family before they climbed up the road bank and made their way into the bush. Emus are much like cassowaries in that Dad raises the kids. Australian men may have a reputation for being tough outback rednecks but the large tough Australian male birds seem very progressive in their thinking and share family rearing responsibilities with the females. We felt very fortunate to have seen both ...
... room was basic, three beds and a fan, but it was clean and quiet. It was a race to push our single beds into the middle of the room for optimum fan breeze, as the heat and humidity in Cairns was nothing that we had experienced yet and was somewhat uncomfortable. That night we met Marcus and Malin, two Swedish friends that had travelled up the coast in a camper van and had ended in Cairns, much like ourselves. We also met a Dutch girl who turned out to be horribly ...