Tropic Breeze Van Park
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With another nice short driving day ahead of us we were in no rush to leap out of bed on Saturday morning (22 August) and had a slow and relaxed pack up before taking Aero down to the dog park for a good run. Back at the park we dropped into the café for a coffee and a milkshake before finally departing for the short 66km drive to Port Douglas …
Today we did the tourist railway up to Kuranda, and back down the mountain via the Skyrail. It was a bit of a scramble to get ready as we had slept in a bit later than we should have. Then we missed a turn on the way to Freshwater Station to catch the train, leaving us only minutes to buy our tickets before the train arrived. Needn't have worried, the train was very slow coming into the station and was stationary for quite a while to allow everyone to board. ...
... decided on a 2 day stay at Palm Cove in the interim!
Arriving back at the park in the early afternoon we had a very lazy and relaxing time spent mostly in the pool or just laying back in a chair!! We had dinner that night at the Rattle and Hum Bar and Bistro…..wood fired pizzas!! Then back to the van for an early night!!
We enjoyed another lovely sleep in on Monday (31 August) and listened to some early morning light rain ...
... in amongst
some trees but did not realise until we were all set up that we had a huge
coconut tree right overhead – full of coconuts which looks suspiciously like
they were ready to fall any time! Hmmm. Needless to say, we gave them a wide
berth walking to and from the ablution block!
Visiting the Daintree
Rainforest has been on our bucket list since way back when we saw a program on
it – and it did not disappoint. It is ...
... we did a boardwalk through the rainforest and looked for a spot to sleep. There was a campground which you have to pre book either by phone or internet but with no phone coverage that's kinda hard... Kim and I asked the info centre if we can use the phone but she showed us a phone booth haha We didn't use the booth but asked two other camping sites how much they cost. In the end we found a spot in a side street where no signs with no camping where so we settled there ...