The Reef Retreat Palm Cove
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Reef Retreat Palm Cove
Lovely apartments just a few metres from the beach. The pool and hot tub are great too and have a lot of shady areas which is good to cool down in. Well equipped rooms and helpful staff.
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Breakfast at the town square and then relaxed in the hotel in the air conditioning before we were picked up at 3pm for the airport. Got though with the extra hand luggage although next to us one lady had to weigh hers, bit of a lucky escape.
Landed at Clairns all ok and of course were the only people who had to wait for our transfer coach but …
Woke early. 6am, after a good nights sleep .Nice cup of tea and then catch the 8.15 bus to Cairns.Very warm but a bit cloudy at times. First stop breakfast on sea front. Mum ..scrambled egg with Ciabatta an tomato with me having Gypsy Eggs...2 poached eggs,chorizo sausage,bacon and a spicy tomato sauce with chick peas...absolutely scrummy!!!!!! …
... hit just north of here and so far, we've seen little evidence of it, the air is seriously still and hot. We wonder if this is just the calm before the storm. At the shopping centre I got myself a Hungry Jacks, which was rather disappointing given my previous experiences with them. We then grabbed the bits we'd need for a couple of home made pasta dishes. The walk to the apartment is a touch harder with bags full of food on a ...
... had plenty of room to take photos. One group of English people had 14 tickets for 16 people which caused some confusion over how many they actually did have in the group.
We arrived at Kuranda, the village is really just geared up for tourists but it had some lovely shops to browse in. Alison bought two tops! We caught the Hertiage bus to the craft centre at the top of the village. We had some lunch in a ...
... swimming, jumping off rocks, and letting the waterfall currents drag us downstream -- you know, nice safe fun! :-) After the swim dropped our core temps below 100, we began the trip back home, made a few stops to take photos, and a side trip through Port Douglas. On the way back home the skies started to darken and storms began to move in. This is a very stormy part of the year and we've been very lucky so far (aside from it being 1 million degrees). Because it was pouring we ...