Port Douglas B&B Four Mile Beach
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... one suitcase with us to the Cape and couldn’t take the laptop as it took up too much room so didn’t get a chance to write these up. Port Douglas is amazing – I really love it and its my favourite destination so far. It has a real buzz at night with lots of people out and about having fun. We went to this amazing restaurant Zinc, fantastic food and amazing service. Back to the little room and so ends another day in ...
... too late to join Robert's talk about the history of the town and what there is to do...perhaps tomorrow.
A leisurely day ahead of us today, we did some washing, packed some stuff in the car, cleaned the van. Gary also wandered around and chatted to a few people about the trip to the Cape. It was great to get an idea of what we really do and don't need.
I am loving this caravan park, it's one of the cleanest ...
... to be so cloudy and wet at this time of year and of course they said it was unusual. It is usually blue skies and sun with a dry heat in the high twenties. Well, that really ****** me off as it was bad enough that the weather was like this, but to hear that it wasn't normal and that we were missing the type of weather we had come here for was really disappointing. The weather can make or break this trip and at the moment it's breaking it! We only lasted the first half of the ...
... Beach (opposite our bungalow) for a stroll. We headed towards the south to a creek (or near to it as I was too scared of possible crocs to go any closer). It was beautiful and almost deserted. The rainforest literally came right up to the beach. It is recommended not to swim in the sea as crocodiles, stingers (jellyfish) and sharks can be found there, which is a shame as it was just so pretty. We found some rock pools further north and explored these for a while - spotting fish ...
... a story just based on the fact that I couldn’t make something like that up. Taro on the other hand is something similar to homemade chips except they are triangle shaped, thicker cut, softer, and more chewy potatoey like (whatever in the heck that is) than chips are. To be honest, the choko wasn’t half bad and the taro became much more pleasant when smothered in ketchup (or tomato sauce as they call it). Now about the burgers. Let ...