Seashell Holiday Apartments

Address: , Trinity 4879. , Cairns, Queensland, 4879, Australia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cairns


A travel blog entry by abbieandwill on Feb 09, 2015

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... we met our tour guide 'Cousin Amber'. The weather wasn't going to stop for the rest of the day so we just had to enjoy it with waterproofs and umbrellas in hand! Although, we couldn't swim in some of the water falls/slide down the rocks because there had been too much rainfall overnight, we did manage to get to Mila Mila Falls. Famous for the Herbal Essence adverts where they flick there hair back and also Peter Andre filmed ...

The final drive

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Jan 26, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... and 8,750km in New Zealand. Very roughly speaking, petrol was cheapest for us in (surprise, surprise) the US at 3p per km, followed by Canada and Australia at 5p per km. New Zealand was the most expensive at 9p per km (due to the combination of most expensive petrol plus least efficient car). The total distance we drove was just over 30,300 KM, which is of the way around the Equator or 14 return trips from London to Berlin.

We didn’t really ...

Great barrier reef & Australia day!

A travel blog entry by amelm on Jan 26, 2015

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... excited about it! Gran ted, it was a small lazy baby shark. Still, a shark is a shark and I can cross that off my checklist. We had a very good lunch on the boat, before going snorkelling. I was starting to feel the lack of sleep, so I only snorkelled for about 45 minutes before heading back to the boat and napping for a bit. The barrier reef was very nice, but I wouldn't say it was stunning. One day was definitely was ...

2-5 January 2015: Three days in Cairns

A travel blog entry by iseliner on Jan 05, 2015

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... Giacomo and I walked around Cairns for a little bit, had coffee and lunch at a restaurant and took a bus to a beach called Palm Cove. Palm Cove was absolutely beautiful with white sand, coconut palm trees and 29 degrees in the water. It's stinger season in northern Australia now though, with lots of dangerous jellyfish, so the only place we were allowed to swim was in a stinger net. The weather suddenly changed in the late ...

In the van part 3, North Queensland

A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Dec 07, 2014

45 photos

... creek less of a creek and more of a couple of still pools.
The next day we went to another zoo! This might of been the best of them all, it was very interactive and hands on, it also was full of crocodiles! We started the day with a crocodile feeding, where they informed us of there hunting strategies. Then we got to learn about the dingos, at the end they took two out so we could meet them and take photos with them. After that it was the kolas wallabies and then ...

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