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Travel Blogs from Cairns
... could put it up
tonight without turning brown ourselves, also it would have time to dry on the
drive into Cairns. Heading down the Captain Cook Highway (the coastal road all
the way into Cairns) we were also greeted with ocean views and spectacular
Cairns Coconut Resort then appeared before us and we got our
site and set up ready for 5 relaxing nights and days in comfort.
We left ...
A couple of weeks have gone by in such a rush I forgot to update the blog!! Catching up to where I left off, said good bye to all our friend and a big thanks to Desi & Don for their rescue & help as we did the last minute stuff & also to John who has been wonderful for our whole time in Aussie!
As I have mentioned, we finally got on our way on Monday & it was a beautiful sunny warm Southport ...
... mutual friends and the father grew up with David’s cousin, small world. The kids braved the pool after working up a sweat on the jumping pillow but needed showers to get warm, the kids then watched a DVD with the girls from next door.
Friday morning we took a drive to a sunny Mareeba Information Centre which had a free Museum behind it. The museum included old relics ...
We wake to another glorious sunny day and get ready for our last excursion. This is a trip to the tropical rain forests that surround Cairns. This is in two parts, the first is by cable car (the Skyrail) straight up the mountain, over the top and then across the trees to the town of Kuranda. The second (after spending some time there) was to journey back to Cairns by the scenic Kuranda railway, which is in the top 10 rail journeys in the world. Following pick up by ...
... us be
the first, in the group of 12 boats, to purposely fall out together
by making us all sit at the front and going over a fall. I'm proud to
say though, even though I fell in (it was impossible not to) I kept
my grip on the boat and the girl next to me, clinging on! Whoop!
Jules also trapped us under one small fall to show us how easy a boat
can get stuck in the circular current of the water which was pretty
cool. Another fun thing was ...