Balboa Holiday Apartments
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... The guy in the van next door offered me the use of his ladder, so the top of the van got a clean too. Didn't start out to go that far, but it looked a lot better when I'd finished. I've been a bit worried about one of the front tyres on the car, and when I checked the tread depth it was less than 3 mm. The spare tyre had 7 to 8 mm, so that was my next job to change the ...
... giving us around ½ an hour to get back to the van, get changed and scoot to the wedding! With minutes to spare we made it! But we did have to pop back briefly to retrieve and write in the wedding card as in the mad rush to get ready we forgot!!
The wedding went off really well although for us it was a very late night with our heads not hitting the pillows till well after midnight!!
With our late night behind us we had a very ...
... to 25m in just 6.25kms!! The road is not only
steep and narrow, but twists and turns all the way and one shares it with B
doubles (monster cabs towing two huge trailers) carrying sugar cane down to the
coast! When we reached the bottom, we breathed a sigh of relief, thinking the
worst was over – but wait, there’s more!
The final journey into the
Daintree was level and a great pleasure to drive but then, after crossing ...
... their photo. When they ignored him, he started clicking his fingers and yelling at them to react so he could get a great photo! When we told him about the danger Cassowaries can create, he went white and couldn’t believe what we told him, I even backed it up with Google information! He was very lucky seriously! Back to the apartment for a little rest and for me to catch up with 4 days’ worth of travel blogs! We could ...
... river. Ignoring the barrier tape as told we entered the wooden bridge and looked for Mow the salty ;) After a while we saw him lying on a sandy spot some meters away! With the zoom of my camera we saw every tooth of him. Next stop Port Douglas where we watched the sun set and then made our way to a rest area to get ready for the night. The next morning we had a closer look at Port D. strolled up and down the street and jumped into the car again. Cape Tribulation was our ...