Marae Bed and Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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Today was to be a rest day, and we started out very relaxed with a visit from a couple of friends of Terry and Rosemary who were passing thru on their way from Wonga Beach to the tablelands. Then we decided to go to Port Douglas, to have a look at a couple of options for a reef trip possibly tomorrow. It's only 20 Klm down the road, so didn't take long, and we soon decided we would go out ...
Dale must take the credit for this stop. It is a hidden gem and we have stayed 2 nights here.
The park is old and small but right on the beach and I mean right on the beach, about 200mts. over from the waters edge.
There are coconut trees here by the dozens, we ate one at breakfast today and took big walks yesterday and a swim in water at around 34-38degrees. Hard to take. We ...
... past they had been able to get a range of cheeses but apparently that ceased a few years ago. We went on to Ravenshoe where we had lunch in a nice park and then the Millstream Falls out of the town. At that point we said our goodbyes to each other as Trevor & Marg are starting to head home and we are still heading for Cooktown. That night we went to the hotel in Millaa Millaa for a meal & they had a range of choices on a Wednesday night special of 2 for one. So we ...
... route, travelling up empty and
then coming down again loaded with 60 tons of sugar cane – on that terrible
road ! The cutting season starts in June and finishes in December if the
weather plays ball. They cannot cut the cane until the ground is reasonably dry
otherwise the harvesters rip out the roots of the cane plants when they cut off
the stems. As cane regrows for five years before it needs to be taken out and
replanted, this is ...
Today we arrived at the hot and steamy tropical destination of Cairns, we drove for about an hour to reach Mossman Gorge; part of the Daintree National Park. We had booked a tour to go on a Dreamtime Walk and Bush Tucker Tea we were all very exited! When had booked the 1pm tour and luckily it was just the 4 of us! When we arrived we were welcomed with a traditional smoking ceremony that the aboriginals believe wards off bad spirits. We walk through the ...