Red Mill House in Daintree
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... around. Finally a peaceful sleep was possible until the dawn chorus, or in this case strangulation, started at 5:30. It seemed a long time ago since we had left our motel to walk to the van hire depot. Officially it was 2Kms away along a straight main road. This description did not allow for the searing heat at 9:30 in the morning. We arrived just before the allotted time of 10:00 in a muck sweat and wishing we'd booked a taxi. The van was handed over after ...
... the ferry back to Manley under the stars all very picturesque. Maggie,s daughter HayLey drove us to the airport this morning in extremely heavy morning traffic thought we would miss the flight I however we are now in port Douglas and it is so Not and humid nice apartment with air conditioning. And overhead fans we need it. Off to The reef tomorrow. Trying to have a few days of not eating and drinking the ...
... 46 in Cairns, which is about 78p. We had about 160km range left in the car, so though we’d risk it. Went in the petrol station and got a bottle of water, there was a very happy dog that appeared outside with a woman. Went outside and it was now tipping it down, the car was probably enjoying it as it was covered in dust. Walked and got in the car, the rain was very refreshing.
Headed back to the Discovery Centre to do the ...
... canopy tower, it was painful getting up all the steps, but the view from the top was really cool.
We stayed there for a bit, until we were sweating to death, decided we’d go back and have a look the next day as there was a free return.
Left there and went Mt Alexandra Lookout. There was a tour bus then when we arrive, so we sat in the car until they’d left. The views were really nice, you could see Port Douglas from ...
... search of an elusive Cassowary. A giant upright bird its part of the Ostrich family and endangered like everything else awesome. The yellow and black kangaroo signs here have been replaced by the silhouette of this bird to warn its favourite predator - the speeding car, of its crossing points. We found another miniature mammal with kangaroo hind legs, and plenty of bird pooh on the trail, it's a good job these guys can't fly.
We booked onto Cooper Creek Cruises ($30 pp or ...