Mossman Gorge Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... roots, climbing up and going down. Most of the climbing was on natural stone steps. The trees were huge and covered with vines and plants that were using the tree to get into the sunlight.
The trail wasn't very crowded. Occasionally we would meet other hikers but mostly we were on our own. We even came upon a couple of birds. One had orange legs and was digging in the underbrush. We almost didn't see him but ...
... the descent ramp the sound of air being pumped into the helmet and bubbling out was quite loud but did not distract from my first underwater view from the helmet. The helmets used are more like the helmets used by astronauts with a large face plate than the old divers' helmets we’ve all seen in movies. The most uncomfortable thing was getting used to the changing pressures as we descended about 15 feet into the Coral Sea to the helmet diving platform. My ...
Damper: a traditional Australian soda bread prepared by swagmen, drovers, stockmen and other travellers. A wheat flour based bread, traditionally baked in the coals of a campfire. Damper is considered an iconic Australian dish. Damper was originally developed by stockmen who travelled in remote areas for weeks or months at a time, with only basic rations of flour, sugar and tea, supplemented ...
... bumper soccer. Check out the photos very funny to watch. Joe and I found ourselves cheering them on to bump each other over!! And I'm pretty sure if he could have, Joe would have had a go too.
We then went back to the caravan park with some prawns and a beer and sat on the beach watching the sun go down as the kids swam. This is the ...
... tells us how popular this little town has become with tourists from all around the globe visiting here. It's as busy as the Gold Coast ..... Maybe due to its size more so. The tropical gardens surrounding the township and along the drive in were absolutely beautiful!! To see this in full sunshine would have been a treat so this means we will be back to visit another time and hopefully then be able to go out and see the great barrier ...