Verandahs Boutique Apartments
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... of bats, huge horrible smelly bats. We then walked around the marina stopped for a drink and an ice cream. We then got back on the bus and went to the Lime Tree for drinks and nibbles, Hayley and Ben joint us. Enjoy to bed tonight as trip to Great Barrier Reef ...
... the bottle and halt the venom unloading into your body. On a slightly disturbing note however, scientific research has this year demonstrated that vinegar could actually be INCREASING the active venom in a patient's body by 60% thereby, in case anyone hadn't figured it out, killing the person FASTER!! Oh, apologies to all those over the last several hundred years who actually made it to shore only to rather disappointingly kill themselves using what was once an ...
... to the Great Barrier Reef. It now has a very calm, unpretentious feel and we really like it. We took in a few drinks in various bars and walked back to the beach - we are doing a lot of walking in 40 degree heat. We went for a swim in the sea and the water was 30 degrees, felt like bath water. We then walked back to our apartment for a shower and a bit of lunch and a nap before going off to find the sun set and the Tin Shed ...
... had a fab day being tourists oohing at crocodiles, stroking a koala, meeting a few very poisonous snakes (and learnt some first aid for snake bites - me ?? risk averse?? no!) and playing with some little wallabies. My girls were well happy.
We headed back for Cairns YHA after what had been a really fulfilling week, excited about our 5 day PADI scuba diving course out on the Great Barrier Reef. Here we go!
... While there, we even saw a cassowary in the wild, which is a really large emu-like bird. After we left, we stopped at Janilba, a picnic site in the forrest with boardwalks as well, and I was able to take some really neat pictures. As we drew nearer to Cape a Tribulation, we found Whet, which was a restaurant and bar that was almost completely self-sustainable. We both had the burger, which was topped with fresh farm-grown vegetables. The meat was slow-roasted and ...