Cape Trib Exotic Fruit Farm
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So this morning we were up early, the first in to brekky. We packed and stored our luggage in the car before returning to reception where Russell, our tour guide for the day, collected us in his minibus. We joined 7 other tourists - 2 from Scotland, 2 from Germany, 2 from Melbourne and 1 from Belgium. First stop was Wildlife Habitat in Port Douglas …
... time to sort our bags out and get ourselves ready for leaving Australia:( Did have time to go to McDonald's though and tried the 'create your taste' gourmet burgers. You get to pick from a range of different burgers, toppings, sauces and condiments at a screen to create your perfect burger. It is then SERVED to you on a wooden board, with a basket of chips, at your table !! takes a little longer then normal but well worth it, we didn't have a camera/phone or I would of taken a pic!!
... style breakfast with a lovely dish of fruit a plate of muffins and tea or coffee. While we were enjoying this, Andy, our skipper had slipped the wharf and we were under way down the river. We had to have the usual safety talk and life jacket demo. OH&S is everywhere! When we had cleared the river the sails were hoisted and we really got going. A stiff 15 to 20 knot breeze pushed us along nicely. It took about an hour perhaps a little more to ...
... the daintree rainforest where they built a man-made bridge so you could walk through the rainforest without damaging the wildlife. After crossing the ferry we were taken to our accommodation for the night. Ferntree rainforest lodge. With the rest of the day to ourselves we walked along the beach to cape tribulation and lazed at the resort pool, also enjoying a rather competitive game ...
Stayed - Ferntree Rainforest Lodge $140 a night. Great location in the rainforest with two gorgeous landscaped pools but very basic rooms of less than average cleanliness. Bed as hard as a rock according to Brad. No hot water in our room or working air con. Tropical breakfast included which was good. I would not recommend this place due to the poor standard of the rooms. They did refund our dinner bill due to our cold ...