BreakFree Royal Harbour Resort
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Spectacular, and for those wary of heights a little scary, well Brian that is!! Little ones Spike couldn't believe it but when he woke Nanny explained they were going on 2 adventures today. Firstly, they went to catch a train that would take them up a big mountain. When they arrived at the train station there were Christmas decorations on the platform and a big Christmas tree. Spike ...
... we were able to leave the van during the day, and just take the car, just as well as the road down from Cooktown along the coast is mostly gravel and very 4WD country, and the road was very narrow, not suitable for a van, but it all worked out beautifully. We are now in Cairns or just out of Cairns at Edmondton, in a caravan park,we were just so hanging out for a long, hot shower, wash the hair and all ...
... personally, I don't think the reef Compass took us to was as nice either but that may have just been the bad conditions). We did, however, manage to see a couple of turtles (see photos) when we were on the boat and an oversized fish that looked suspiciously like a shark (one girl actually did see a reef shark when she was snorkelling). Compared to the scuba-dive and snorkel I did with my mum though, where the weather was brilliant and we saw nemo, turtles, sting ...
... because of this, the place was a ghost town (the first hostel we stayed in there was just us and only a few other people). 8 months on and we can now see Cairns as the tropical paradise that it is. Here are our highlights... Bill and Bill's family Seeing Bill again after so long has been awesome and getting to know Alana and Orlaith as well as his more extended family (including Jaxon, the dog) has been an absolute pleasure. They welcomed us into their home, lent us a car ...
... been cleared. Fabulous grazing land if you ignore the
deforestation that has gone on until the 80's when World Heritage
Listing kicked in.
Spent a couple of nights in Cooktown battling the
sand flies and checking out the history of Cook's landing Hasn't
changed much in the last 25 years but it just isn't an adventure to
get here on the bitumen. It felt far more remote when you had to use
a dirt road to get here. Once again all the activities are ...