Il Palazzo Boutique Apartments Hotel
Travel Blogs from Cairns
... platter first and a lovely cheeseboard and white wine, relaxed Caribbean music and a great atmosphere! The crew showed us some rope puzzles that we struggled to figure out! We had an amazing time! We were slightly envious of the crew and how amazing their day jobs are!! For an hour of the journey back the boat was sailing at what felt like a 45 degree angle, with one side of the boat pretty much in the water and the other (where we were sitting) in the air! Daryl slid ...
... gondola to take us on the next part of the trip we noticed a massive spider in its web above the station sign, for a second we didn't know if it was real or not (due to its size) until it started moving!!!! It was bigger than big! The second part of the Skyrail ride took us to Barron Falls, part of the Barron Gorge National Park! Here there were three lookout points over the impressive waterfalls! The final leg of our Skyrail journey took us to the rainforest village of Kuranda, ...
... the road to ruin!
At dinner in the Britannia restaurant people were conspicuous by their absence, we understand this is due to seasickness but we hope it is not Norovirus!
Ballroom and Latin Dancing with the band was early tonight at 7.45 pm so we made our way to The Queens Room (.........now, now, this is where the dancing is ... Do not titter!! – the band is called The Queens Room Orchestra as well!) We made a good stab at ...
Be with Nature, Welcome to Cairns!
February 17, 2014
Cairns is the only place in the world
where two World -Heritage-listed areas are side by side. One can
dive into the depths of the Great Barrier Reef, or soar above the
world`s oldest tropical rainforest at the Barron Gorge National Park.
A Rainforest exists where at least 1,300 mm of rain falls each year,
being distributed throughout the year. Australia`s rainforests
... along the beach at this time of day would be a "terrible mistake" that was enough for us to spend the morning watching the tide crashing into the vegetation whilst sat at our pool.
It was soon time to board the bus again for a short trip down to Port Douglas. We stopped on route at a home made ice cream parlour with many weird and wonderful flavours before heading to Mossman Gorge. Upon arrival we were meet by an aboriginal man who spoke to us about how his ...