The Epiphyte Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... we sat on top of one of the rocks and ate our lunch. We saw an australian brush turkey, just a little bit more colourful than our turkeys. We crossed the crocodile invested waters of the Daintree River by ferry and continued along the road which had become alot more bumpy until we reached Alexandra Lookout - beautiful panoramic views across the rainforest. We continued further north to Kulki lookout this was definitely a ...
... and more colourful than anything I had visited before. Judy really enjoyed the day as she has now become much more confident in the water and of course, it was so warm. On our return we had a beer at our pool before going out for dinner for an excellent Thai curry. It was a BYO bottle from the bottle shop. We found a Shiraz cab sav from McClaren Vale which was just as good as we remembered on our wine tasting a few days ago. Kath would be so pleased. It was a great ...
... falls there. They quickly invited us to use their driveway on our way south and told us the best turtle nesting sites to visit. I managed to fix our sink problem only for the top draw to fall off. We're writing a mental list for the Autobarn management.
We woke on Monday with a Cairns detour on our minds. None of us wanted to return and waste a day or exchange the rolling hills, rivers and wildlife of The Daintree for the city. We delayed our return with a visit to Mossman ...
A day chilling at the lodge, our last full day at the beautiful Daintree, so we didn't want to miss the opportunity to soak it all up. We took a half hour walk along the nature trail too. Evening- Picked up and taken to the Heritage Lodge, this is further up the road in Daintree and ...
... on the foreshore of Anzac park. It was right next door to the old church and you could hear the Sunday morning choir singing from the church as you wandered through the market - a very pleasant sound. The market was enjoyable with local produce and we tried a glass of fresh squeezed sugar cane - it tasted a little bland but it had a rather sickly smell that put me off. You could buy lots of coconut drinks and fresh pineapple fruit salad and the usual jewellery, art and craft ...