Frangipani Bed & Breakfast
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... was really sad that I did not see any crocodiles.My tips: more food on there, more drinks available. See more than owls and birds. I would never go back.
... collect rain water for drinking up at the camp kitchen. We still had a bit of water in the front tank from Port Douglas to do our dishes, so we were fairly well set up. The location of the camp ground is amazing. Right on the beach front with nothing but the scrub and a few coconut trees between us and the ocean. The day we arrived we were happy to just set up camp and chill out for the evening. We went for a bit of a drive to check out was nearby, but decided we would ...
... here is the oldest in the world and quite beautiful. And very wet. We had a little bit of rain on the way up and buckets of it later. On the road up we had to cross the Daintree River by ferry. Although we didn't see any, we we're assured that the water there was infested with "Salties" - Saltwater Crocodiles, the most dangerous ones. Our first stop was for tea at a nice little place by the ocean. Maree. Warned us not to ...
Washing done early as bright sunny day. Headed into town via the beach on foot again and coffee at Coffee Club. Bit more shopping with a visit to the Marina that's pretty much dead nowadays. Retail has died here. After lunch Linnie and I went for a bike ride out to the Cook Highway and decided not to visit the Wildlife Park @$38 per person entry fee. Dropped Lyn back ...
Run along the beach first up then on the road
Headed into Bramston Beach for a look.
ON the coastal road after Cairns and did a good deed by helping a guy on the side of the road jump start his car, after chatting to him, he told us he was working on the bridge at Bloomfield which has flooded away after the cyclone went through which we will ...