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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We enjoyed a cruise on the Daintree river today. We had a great guide who showed us it's beauty. We saw a green tree snake, a 23yr old female croc and 5yr old baby croc, heaps of birds, fish ancient tree's and mangroves with amazing root systems. Overall it was great and we were glad we managed to ...
... camel and wild boar burgers. There were also a few crocodile hotdogs (hotcrocs?) included. I tried not to think of Doris, and took a bite. Not bad!
After lunch we split with Ty, Leesh and boys for a while and the Bennetts and us went north to Cape Tribulation. The weather had not improved and was quite drizzly but I really wanted to see the Cape so we braved the wet and kept going. All along this road (Cape Tribulation Rd) there are sections warning ...
... made it very easy for them to enjoy the experience. The coral and the fish were great as usual, lots of different types of corals, lots of soft corals, and heaps of fish of all sizes and colours. Water was a little cloudy, but still great snorkelling. Another crew member took us for a walk around the island to point out some of the historical aspects, the bird life, and talk about the lighthouse etc. It decided to rain on ...
... move the car and found out the battery had gone flat from having the doors open and the radio on all day... Damn. Couldn't get it started with jumper leads so we had to call the RACQ for the second time in a week! Anyway, the guy came out and it's all sorted now. We had a relaxing arvo after all that cleaning and shouted ourselves to dinner at the roadhouse. ...
... plaque that this was where a group of aboriginals and James Cook reconciled their differences and restored the peace & friendship that was the defining nature of the Europeans stay at Endeavour River. Freshly caught and cooked prawns from the trawler at the wharf for $15 a kilo, ensured an enjoyable dinner that evening and next day we were off to Mossman. Mossman seemed the most central place to set up for a few days, allowing for drives to The Daintree Rainforest, ...