BreakFree Royal Harbour Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and heart-stopping adrenaline-fuelled craziness. If you want the same, don't miss the bungy out. You will regret it if you don't do it. Yes it's scary, yes you will feel like you're going to have a heart attack, but the feelings afterwards: the pride, the adrenaline, the sense of achievement, the feeling-like-a-badass-adrenaline-junkie , makes it totally 100% worth it. I would do it all again in a heart beat...
"Feel the fear and do it anyway"
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... t right. For some reason everyone is nice. The customs agents are friendly, they are making jokes, they look happy! This place is bizzaro world. They have a really cool "self checkout" station here for customs. Basically, you scan your own passport, get a ticket, and take that ticket to a machine which performs facial recognition. It's pretty cool and pretty efficient. The city of Cairns is about 140k people, but it feels smaller than that. Katie and I went out for a ...
... of turtles. You had the option of an island walk, diving or fishing. We just stuck to snorkelling. Beautiful. Slept the whole way back. Shops and takeaway for supper. We had such friendly little kids next to us who just wanted us to play, the little boy was turning 6 the next day so b went over to give him $10 for a treat, so sweet. Saw and fed a possum that night, great excitement for us both. Ended up joining our neighbours, Brien and Sharon, for a nightcap which ended up being ...
... There were loads of fish under it, they were all hiding in the shade. I tried swimming in their school, but they seemed to know and made off quick. There was one of the angry looking clams stuck to the pier supports and Coral growing off it too! Had a look under there for a while then headed back. Ari saw a weird word/snake looking thing on the seabed, so I too the GoPro down for a closer look. It was a really weird looking thing, looked to ...
I'm bopping along, minding my own business as far away from the the other swimmers as possible, where dipping your head below the surface puts a stopper on time and you could happily while away your hunger and tiredness until the sun plods its way to the other side of the world. I've spotted a school of fish all writhing and twirling into a a spinning, black cloud. It starts to fall out into a ribbon of glossy scales, weaving a path out and over the next ridge of coral ...