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Cairns, North Queensland part 2

Day two in North Queensland was a lot more exciting and a lot more adventure filled than 422 more words


To the North! Cape Tribulation

Cape Tribulation is the furthest North you can get on a tarred road on the East Coast of Australia. From Cairns along Captain Cook Highway, it is pretty much a route through rainforest paradise. 504 more words

Mt. Sorrow Hike

Despite the name everything about the hike was more than enjoyable. My friend Birendra and I had a day off together and I had been wanting to go on a big hike for a while now so we made plans to hike up here. 135 more words


Port Douglas & The Daintree

Bloomfield Track

Heading south from Cooktown we could have stayed on the sealed inland road, but opted instead to take the Bloomfield track. The Bloomfield runs alongside the coast and provides some of the most spectacular panoramic views. 502 more words


Where World Heritage Sites Meet

The list of the World Heritage Sites, as recognized by UNESCO, is a goldmine of history, natural and cultural patrimony. It tells of places and cultures that warrant a second look, an effort to better understand them. 450 more words


A Week In Cairns

Choosing a Destination

We had been living in Australia for 6 months when a good friend visited from the UK around Christmas 2013.  Now this provided me with a good excuse to take a holiday to another part of Australia but it took some deciding where we should go.   1,647 more words

Billy Tea Tours

Kiwi & Dolly on Cape Tribulation tour

What a packed day! Wanted to fill my day up before I take the bus within a couple of hours to Townsville, so I did a Cape Tribulation tour to see the oldest rainforest in the world (that will tear the flesh of your body once you step one foot it in according to the awesome tour guide Doug, also known as Dundee) and met the wonderful Rima, nicknamed Rimsy, who happens to work at the hostel I’m staying. 688 more words

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