Balboa Holiday Apartments
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- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... and humidity up here in Northern Queensland was uncomfortable and we knew we wouldn't be able to stand it for long so thought it was wise to make our way out of the tropics. The challenge here is distances. You can drive all day and only move a few centimetres along the map! So off we went in Beaten-up Barry with no idea of where our next stop would be, but who cares, at least we have our bed with us!
... the way. It felt awesome to be driving along it! The first place we stopped off was a wildlife sanctuary just near the town of Port Douglas. It seemed like the ideal place to finally see some crocs and koalas which we'd been very keen to do, and of course see a kangaroo that wasn't dead (the only one we'd seen so far was a distinctly flat one at the roadside). Walking inside took us straight into a gift shop, which was like any other in that it was full of utterly pointless cack ...
... couple actually offered to baby sit the kids for us so we could out and enjoy ourselves (don't worry Judy and Francine we politely declined). The trivia was a lot of fun and we came away with quite a few prizes for the night the best one being a voucher at a local cafe which we had fun redeeming. Was nice for the boot to be on the other foot for a change as we had Bridget and Patrick begging us to go home and "isn't it time ...
... few of the shops, then headed back to the resort via the 4 mile beach. At this point, the beach near Port Douglas was very busy, and felt a little more like those in America , with beach chairs and tons of people. As we got further away, the beach became more and more isolated until we were really two of the few remaining. We took that opportunity to take a few pictures and sit down before heading back inside the resort. Then, we decided to change into swimsuits and ...
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 ...