Port Douglas B&B Four Mile Beach
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... interesting. The boardwalk finished beside the entrance to Myall beach so we had a look there as well. We nearly didn't stop at Thornton beach but were so glad we did. As well as lovely trees on the beach we found the industrious bubble crabs hard at work creating beautiful patterns in the sand. They were intriguing and we are going to find out more about them. Next stop was Cow Bay beach. One the way back Mum spotted a Cassowary - though not being completely sure she said ...
... of the Daintree River and down a secondary estuary as well. It was down this waterway that we saw our first croc, snuggled into the muddy bank and doing a very good job of blending in behind a few trees. This one was about 2 1/2 to 3 metres long from nose to tail. We kept moving upstream and saw a couple of smaller crocs and then headed back out to the main river. It was here that we saw a couple of the regular crocs - Dusty and Elizabeth. They were a decent size, ...
... voor een bezoek aan de camping winkel.
Dit is onze eerste plek waar we geen stroom of water hebben , we kochten een extra connectie zodat onze koelkast op gas kan draaien. Ook hebben we eindelijk een nieuwe stoel. Ik heb 4 weken in een kapote stoel gezeten en uiteindleijk was er een zeer vriendelijke man in de BCF winkel die zij "wat een slechte service van Coleman", zoek maar een ...
... was Coconut and Lime on top of peppermint swirl. Ice cream was great, but I didn't really budget on spending over $100 on ice cream this week and really when I think of it, I really don't care because the ice cream was absolutely fantastic.
Tonight its packing ready for going back to the van, which after a week here I am really looking forward to hitting the road again.
... the pictures and then I am sure you understand what I mean. Anyway, the Blackdown Tableland National Park was left behind and guess what? Yes! We went to yet again another national park called the Eungella National Park, a national park that is mentioned in the world heritage list. Our first encounter with Australia’s sub tropical rainforests, its waterfalls and swimming holes proved again that it’s a stunning area and this park in particular offers home to ...