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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... that we were going to the zoo to cuddle koala bears, just like she wanted to. We got to the zoo just in time to cuddle some koalas - turns out they would stop in just 20 minutes time! So we bought an umbrella to walk around with and headed over to the koala sanctuary where we both got to cuddle a cute little koala. It was interesting watching Becky react because there were also snakes out too, and she couldn't seem to decide whether she was terrified of ...
... to how high it was last night. We stayed in the pool for ages which was so warm today it felt like a bath. We grabbed some Parmesan on the way home and made an epic carbonara for dinner. Unlike most nights where we've gone for a walk along the Esplanade, we've decided against it tonight. In favour of a lazy day we're going to have tea and cookies ...
... first we didn't bother...until Mark came face to face with one the size of his fist and very quickly retreated to shore! So head to toe suits were donned and we carried on snorkeling. It was on this side of the island that we had heard we might see turtles, a prospect I was rather excited about!! Sadly, we didn't see any while snorkeling, but then as we were drying off one did swim past about 30ft out and we saw it's ...
... with some decent restaurants and bars and lovely riverside residential areas. After spending the morning wandering round the vibrant southbank area of Brissie, we ditched the car and hopped a flight to Proserpine, picked up another car, a boot-load of booze and then boarded our charter yacht at Abell Point Marina near Airlie Beach. The next six days were the most fantastic, relaxing time cruising from bay to bay around the stunningly beautiful ...
... expensive painting we've ever bought!! We really enjoyed exploring the hippy town but after a few hours it was time to board the train back to Cairns. This was not just any train though, the platform was built in 1915 and remains in tact, the cabins had high ceilings decorated with white tiles, it was like we had gone back in time. We paid a bit extra to upgrade to gold class so fortunately we had individual seats and cashed ...