Frangipani Bed & Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to the beach and swam within the stinger nets.
Back to the hotel, 5 minute walk away to swim in our pool, which was like swimming in a hot bath.
Around 5 the fruit bats started flying round again. Not as many as they move between 3 areas within Port Douglas
We ate in, steak cooked by Mike on the communal BBQ
... out for all sorts of wild life ...jus before we got off a crocodile appeared swimming along the edge of the river and we tracked it for some time before rejoining the coach.We then moved on to a "Boardwalk , through the forest, saw Lizards on trees ,butterflies and birds .Lunch next and we stopped for a BBQ of steak,sausages and salads.Before eating , we went into an enclosure to meet the Jack the Kangaroo and several wallabies. After Lunch ...
... from the beach was a beautiful experience and probably one of our favorite places so far. We left our van in storage in Cairns and drove up through Mossman, over the Cape Trib ferry to cross the Daintree River and through a windy track to reach Cape Tribulation. On the second day we were here we ventured up the Bloomfield track that is for 4WDs, driving through creeks and up and down massive hills to an aboriginal town called Wujal Wujal and the site of the Wujal ...
... was a bit ruffled by the slight wind but the smaller streams we also ventured on were so still and quiet.
Crocodiles are very territorial so we were taken to known spots. We saw at least 8 all different sizes. The smallest was 2 years old and about 30cms in length. The largest was a male about 40 years old. We saw some tree snakes and a few bright butterflies but not many birds. The crocs were all sunning themselves ...
... to sample some of the tropical fruits. The driver, Mark, brewed billy tea using locally grown tea. It was funny to see him throw a handful of black tea leaves in a blackened pot of boiling water. He then swung the pot around by the handle to force the leaves to the bottom of the pot. Mark then poured us each a small mug of tea. I really liked some of the fruits and wish I could remember the different names. Unfortunately, none of these fruits ...