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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Monday 2 October 2006 (Day View) – Bronwen & I fly from Cooktown to Cairns.
02.10.2006 – Monday 2 October – Cairns & Silas
- • We had a quiet morning at Mum’s in town.
- • Mum drove Bronwen and I to the aerodrome, where we caught another eight-seater Cessna Titan 404 to Cairns—a forty-five minute, $220 flight into a headwind. Shan picked us up from the airport in Cairns, and we drove to the mud and mangrove strewn esplanade, giving Bronwen a quick tour of the curvaceous highlights of Cairns.
- • Silas picked up Bronwen and I, and drove us to an Indian restaurant where we had dinner and a chat, followed by a walk along the esplanade.