At the Mango Tree Holiday Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... out room to the pool. Great fun, incredible landscaping and fountains. After waking up at 2am and no more sleep for Susan but a good night for Niki we were bussed to a marina where a huge catamaran waited to take us out to a private area of the reef where there was a permanent dock. Under the water level, two by two we sat, the seat behind us lowered,etc until, you guessed it, we were in there like sardines. A 15 minute ride yielded many fish sightings and a record 5 sea turtle ...
... birds is very protective of its cassowaries. In addition to posting signs advising drivers to slow down on all stretches of road where cassowaries may appear, staff have built the biggest, gnarliest speed bumps I have encountered. In addition to making the speed bumps little speed mountains, they have embedded irregularly shaped, bowling ball sized rocks into the tops of the speed bumps. Hopefully these tactics will provide some protection for the birds, whose main predator is the ...
... and we were on our way to the 14.000 feet. The flight alone was already worth the money; we enjoyed absolutely stunning views of the islands, the GBR and the remaining area. Our friend Richy was the first to be ‘thrown’ out of the plane. The lights changed from red, to orange and then green before we knew it the door opened and the instructor together with Richy were out of the plane. It was like lemmings, one after the other, we were chucked out and without ...
We decided to take the coastal route to Palm Cove for some different scenery. Passing fields and fields of sugar cane and banana plantations, we were stopped on numerous occasions at railway crossings for long trains of raw sugar cane. Arrived in Palm Cove to Kim and Andrew Morgan from Perth. Lovely to finally get here... The Morgans had had car trouble crossing from WA, so their car was ...
... of the time listening to the emergency instructions in case we capsize. We jumped into the water which was actually quite cold and started messing about taking standard selfies in our snorkelling kit when the stupid underwater camera ran out of battery! So we have about 8 photos mainly of ourselves (no fish or coral) to show for our adventures. We cracked on anyway as it is very difficult to get mad and shout when you are underwater. We saw some ...