BreakFree Royal Harbour Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... of the plants, but Becky didn't want to. I got to hold a sea cucumber. I'm still not sure what that is, but it just looked like a big purple penis. Sadly we didn't get to see any turtles under the water. This was pretty disappointing because Steve from Peter Pans said that whilst we might not see sharks, we'd definitely see turtles. Once we were out of the water we had some lunch and then got ferried across to Green Island, just a short while from the boat. At this point ...
... time into world-building and plotting for a story, and I can't wait to get started on it. But that's not going to make me money, right? Right. So I had to figure out ways to increase my paid writing work. This is easier said than done, and even though I've just put in a couple of solid days work, I still might come out the other side no better off. The process has been slow but I have developed an initial list of targets to approach. ...
... name). More discovers of many to come included the amazing miniature frogs, literally the size of a fly and the Tjapukai way of saying awesome, 'Sasa'. Before leaving we were kindly presented a gift (from the shop attendant who in his own words said "mums the word") reminding us of our time and what a kind man he was - although we had to work out his riddle first. Onwards to Airlie beach and what TripAdvisor puts in their top 20 of beaches in the world, Whitehaven ...
... guys hopping by were free to be hand fed. Wolfgang and George were both baffled as to why the Kangaroos kept running away and not wanting to eat our pellets. We did finally get a few to sit there long enough for a nibble and a photo (whew...tragedy averted!!) and one of the keepers carried a little guy right on over to us. It was at that time Wolfgang found out that earlier in the week, a giant snake came down out of the rainforest during the night and had the roos all ...
... city central with the girls.
It was dark by the time we got on our way, and celebrants young and old were decked out in colorful glow sticks. Similar to our morning walk to the wharf, as we got closer to downtown the crowds got thicker, until we found ourselves amid thousands of families assembled to watch the 9 PM fireworks by the water. Cairns (and maybe other Australian cities) has the right idea – an early show ...