Happy Halloween everyone!!
We must admit that this year we don’t really need to scare ourselves, Covid 19 is largely taking care of it.
In addition, many cities and countries around the world don’t allow house tours to celebrate Halloween properly, such as in France where we are confined again since yesterday!
But don't let that prevent you from eating sweets or watching horror movies, or even disguising yourself while keeping your slippers on ...
You can also read my previous Halloween articles:
Or re-read my article from last week Respect with excerpts from my book My Solo Wedding in Santorini.
In short, as I repeat on this blog and in my videos, there are always many ways to smile and to be happy, you just have to be creative and keep an open mind, moreover, I put one of my videos below:
I lived in Australia for 7 years, I can tell you that nature makes you shiver every day, and if you ever find yourself lacking in thrills you can always go to the beach!
And today, I'm going to tell you about one of my favourite spots, Palm Cove.
Located on the east coast, in the north Queensland, not far from Cairns, this adorable little town of 2,000 inhabitants owes its name "Palm Cove" from the row of trees along its white sandy beach.
I love palm trees; it reminds me of my article Las Palmas on Gran Canaria Island.
Dreamy beaches ...
You don't understand why it’s scary, yet I've covered it before in:
And yes! Among jellyfishes, crocodiles and hydrocution, you must choose hahaha.
Don't worry, you can swim in the large nets set up by lifeguards.
It’s strange the first time, but you quickly forget about the net and feel perfectly safe.
And on unsupervised beaches, there are bottles of vinegar available, for your information it's to relieve jellyfish burns, not to season your salad!
In addition, Palm Cove is very popular with anglers looking for mackerels, giant trevallies and sharks ...
Along the beach there’s a lovely promenade with shops, restaurants and cafés, which makes it a very pleasant place to wander and relax.
For those who don't like the ocean & its inhabitants, they can always choose a nice residence to stay in, like mine which had several beautiful swimming pools.
In addition, Palm Cove is located near the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest, 2 natural sites not to be missed if you visit Australia.
Have a great week!
Love & Thrill,