Port Douglas B&B Four Mile Beach
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... about 300 ft off the ground, dad looked at me and said, “They only lose about 1 a day now, ain’t that what they told us?” My response without missing a beat was, “They actually have had a bad run and said they are losing about 2 a day this year.” Even though we later learned that our visitor only spoke a “little English”, I’m pretty sure he understood our conversation ...
... blizzards any day. It is nice that it is sunny but it really is humid and I am showering 2-3 xs a day bc it's just so sticky. E prefers to "acclimatize" - it maybe the better way to go but I will likely smell better by the end of the day.
There is one Mexican restaurant in town and we are killing time til we can get there to grab some dinner for L.
Tomorrow I think we are looking to do a "Dream Walk" with the Kuku Yalanji people if all goes ...
... the forest at your back.
I went on a two day tour to the forest and stayed in this really cool resort in the middle of the forest. We stayed in Wooden Cabins, with no wifi, 3G or phone signal so it felt so secluded. On the night time we all headed to the beach, sat round a campfire and drank some beers whilst we played guitar and had a good old singalong! We just had to be careful of Crocs sneaking up on us!
... Gorge National Park, past waterfalls, crossing 37 bridges and through 15 tunnels. This very relaxed scenic ride ended at the start of the aerial tram we took in the morning and to Port Douglas beyond. ...
... at turtle bay on Tongue reef took us 1.5 hours. We were like kids waiting to eat our Halloween candy. For a couple born and raised Albertans the 28 degree water felt like a bathtub. I left the wetsuit on the boat for the first snorkel to feel the warm water and get in some free diving. WOW what amazing colours and so many different shapes and types of coral everywhere. It seemed a bit surreal to both of us. As a biologist and a ...