Posts Tagged ‘underwater camera’

Tapas style dinner with friends

Monday, March 31st, 2008

It seems the personalised service we give our clients is already paying off and we are being recommended to some other travellers coming to Cairns. As Cairns Unlimited continues to grow and evolve, we now also give advice and can help everyone with their bookings all over Australia, not only Tropical North Queensland. So if you are planning a trip to Australia, or are already here, and feel you are a bit lost about where to go, what to do, etc, send us an email and we are more than happy to help you in every way we can.

That’s what Gemma and David did. They wanted to try snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef but the choice is so wide that they were a bit overwhelmed. At Cairns Unlimited we know which companies are best for what you need, because not all of them cater for scuba divers and snorkellers alike. And we also know when companies are offering specials, so you can save a few bucks by booking through us. Not bad, is it? We met up with David and Gemma, on their travels around a few countries, after they had gone snorkelling and both of them enjoyed the trip immensely. They had also rented a Cairns underwater camera, and in one day they took 448 photos, many of them absolutely beautiful, as you can see in the picture below. You couldn’t get better value for money for $49 all inclusive (considering that we deliver the underwater camera to your accommodation in Cairns and Cairns Northern Beaches and pick it up once the rental period is over. And if you rent our cameras for more days is even cheaper. Example, two days is $59, three days is $69 and three days $79).

We took David and Gemma to one of our favourite restaurants in Cairns, Casa de Meze, where you can enjoy tapas style mediterranean cuisine, the closest I have found to Spanish food in Cairns. We all enjoyed our food, it was delicious, and it is always fantastic to share stories with other travellers.

One of the many photos Gemma and David took on their snorkelling trip on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.