Granadilla Villa

Address: 112 Mansfield Street Earlville, Cairns, Queensland, 4870, Australia | Villa
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This villa, located on 112 Mansfield Street Earlville, Cairns, is near Deep Sea Divers Den, Down Under Tours, Royal Flying Doctor Visitors Centre, and RnR White Water Rafting.
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    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Apr 07, 2015

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    ... This is when Becky woke up. After that I did some work on my novel; I wasn't entirely happy with it, but I had to keep telling myself that it is a first draft and that I can make it "perfect" when I understand what it is about - I feel like if I write down the entire thing, I'll have a better feel for what it is meant to be saying and how I'm meant to be saying it. By this point it was lunch time and Becky suggested going down to the lagoon. Strangely I said I didn't want to. ...

    The Cairns Concerto

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Mar 29, 2015

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    ... and breathtaking. The rise of the mountains and the vibrant blue sky beyond it force home the reality that you're in Australia, even if nothing else about Cairns points towards that fact. And perhaps that is the crux, there is nothing notably Australian about Australia. Cairns does what it should do - it goes ahead and defies its stereotypes. There are no buff beach bods or peroxide blondes here, surfing is impossible and there is ...

    Did some sitting!

    A travel blog entry by emmasbigtrip on Mar 21, 2015

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    ... anything is for anymore! When I finally got hungry I made for the bar/restaurant by the sailing club because, you know, it looked cool and fancy and had funky music playing. Sipping my Margarita and looking over to the water across the boats I almost felt like I could be in Ipswich! Lols. That's not true at all. This couldn't be more different. For a start it's 31 degrees and I'm sweating where I sit! I have managed to write a second postcard today. First was ...

    Wooroonooran Safari

    A travel blog entry by jackie_w on Feb 26, 2015

    ... you. Since the local governments and tribes would not allow any rainforest to be destroyed to build these structures, it was not until 2006 when a cyclone ripped through and left big enough openings that it all came to be. Unfortunately it's kinda expensive to get in and they don't have the advertising like the Daintree Rainforest has, so it hasn't generated as much money and interest as they had hoped. After that nice, hot, sweaty walk, we were glad to be heading for ...

    The Great Barrier Reef

    A travel blog entry by stephschlittler on Feb 16, 2015

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    ... with floaters if you needed a rest. The currents were crazy! This pontoon was huge and we got to the platform that was partially submerged. It was then that we became the show. All the asians around us stopped and started staring and speaking quickly. A lifeguard came up to us and asked if we knew what we were doing. She asked if we could swim and where our life jackets were. We said we are both good swimmers and Marlin told her he floats well. We sat on ...