Marae Bed and Breakfast
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We decided to explore the Mossman Gorge today. Mossman is close to Port Douglas, about a half hour drive. We bought tickets to take the bus the 2 kilometres into the gorge. You hike from there. We stopped at the Mossman River lookout and then crossed the Rex Creek suspension bridge, very springy. We walked the 2.4 kilometre Rainforest Circuit Track. It cut right through the rainforest. The trail was very rough, over rocks ...
... against the company, awaited his scheduled time to don a diving helmet and descend. The waiting time was put to good use as the buffet beckoned. A good spread was laid on in the dining area of the platform and Ed joined many others in filling his plate with a variety of hot and cold dishes.
Then it was time to put on diving booties and a wet suit. So clad I made my way to the descent platform where a helmet was lowered over my head. As I made my ...
... got to see a whole range of animals and wildlife. Crocodiles, owls, a whole range of Parrots, Roos and Wallabies (which we could pat), frogs, lizards and heaps more. We walked through it fairly quickly- but quite enjoyed it. You could pick the Aussies around the Roos. They were the ones moving away from the big boy. All in all, it was a good way to spend our last day. After that, we went home and found it was happy hour at the swim up bar. ...
... stands, all a lot of fun. Then we walked up to the Main Street, had lunch on the side walk at a cafe and then headed into the local Chinese massage rooms for a very enjoyable massage. Walking back to the car we visited a few more shops and just had to buy a few pieces of clothing and even John lashed out and got a new hat. Back to camp for a lazy afternoon and pack our bag for our big day tomorrow as we head out to the Great Barrier Reef for the day- so looking forward to ...
... goes on. We walked up the streets but it was so congested it didn't make for easy manoeuvring around or just stopping to have a browse. In saying this though the majority of people were enjoying them selves all busy dining and shopping! Try shopping when you have a husband in tow. Doesn't work very well at all!! We did take notice that even with the hundreds of resorts that are there, many had no vacancy signs. I'm sure you will ...