Coral Sea Retreat Bed and Breakfast
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... the muddy mangroves to reach
our boat as the tide was out – a bit unnerving as who knew what was lurking in
the mud! Our trip only took an hour but we thoroughly enjoyed it because our
guide was so good. He took the boat to within photo shooting distance but that
was all. There was no baiting the crocs with food to get them to rear up for
the tourists – just a quiet, respectful cruise to watch them going about their
24 July. Arrived in Cairns at 12-50 on a nice sunny day. No trouble at airport, picked up a Toyota Camry and drove to Coles supermarket for some provisions. Arrived in Port Douglas around 3-50 pm checked into Driftwood Mantaray apartment #7. Walked along the beach then the length of Macrossan St, stopping at the "Iron Bar" for a cold beer and shared 2 buckets of prawns cost $16 a bucket, then walked back, home at 5-45. Drove down Macrossan St to dinner at the Mango Jam where we ...
... only two brave enough to take a dip, Thomas jumping off the rocks into the seriously cold water. A stunning area.
The day had, quite simply been a one off never to forget. Although we were shattered we walked down to the nearest restaurant serving wood fired pizza. We bumped into a couple (sunderland fans) that we had seen previously both on the low isles trip and in a bar, so we sat with them for an enjoyable dinner. Brilliant.
... avail,and I was annoyed with the constant 'barking' , so booked an appointment. As expected, he had a chest infection so a 10 day course of antibiotics, a chest X-ray next morning and review before we left and he gradually improved. On the Sunday afternoon before we left Cairns, I was lucky enough to catch up with my cousin Ann and Chez as they had just flown in from Perth that morning for holidays on the east coast. I taxied the 7 kms into town from our caravan park and home ...
We left Cairns in the morning and headed North along the Captain Cook highway,first along fertile plains with sugar cane and then up in the mountains that meet the sea. We stopped to admire the view South at Rex Point,the sea was still a bit murky from yesterday's storm. We dropped down again into sugar cane country and we saw the first harvest taking place with the excess foliage being loaded into the railway trucks that lined the road on ...