Blue Leaf Rooms at Treetops Port Douglas
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... took me a while to get all the way in. Actually, I almost fell in by slipping down a very mossy rock. We spent a while in the water, walking around on the rocks before heading back to the car.
From Mossman Gorge, we went to Port Douglas. Port Douglas is like Cairns, a stopping point for other adventures. We had a quick beer in town and wandered around the Esplanade area for a bit. With the sun going down in the ...
... up at Coles and then Don needed something for the van at Jayco. Also we found Dan Murphys. That was Cairns for us this time. Leaving the Bruce Highway it becomes James Cook Highway to Port Douglas. OMG the scenery only got better. Stunning stunning. Dane and Jaclyn said its their favourite drive and I know why. Probably the skinniest road so far but hugging the ocean edge it is beautiful. ...
... made so many new friends. Who knows what the next 10 months has in store but if the last 2 are anything to go by, it certainly will be an experience and a lot of fun.... So it's now goodbye to Port Douglas and after a quick tour round Cairns we set off on our next Australia leg and its onto Sydney to stay with another Kelly.... What have I let myself in for, 2 Kelly's in the same house :-) Stay tuned for our Sydney adventures... Until then. The travelling ...
... driving is it! My knee is being quite cantankerous so not a lot of walking is being done when we get anywhere for the night. Poor Bill has done all the driving, he is amazing and I so appreciate it!
There are some seriously scary drivers on the roads, no wonder 130 people have been killed on the Bruce Highway from Gympie to Cairns this year alone! The many roadside crosses and the "dead and smashed cars" that litter the highway is a ...
... George was there 17 years ago. Today there is a lot of pushing and shoving to see this fish that is about 6 feet in length and weighs 250 kilos. Not sure how they figure that out. Well George normally comes out of the water to inhale a large fish carcass but today remains below as he has spotted the Turnbull children. We do see a bit of the beasts tail. Back to the caravan park for dinner. Heading off to Daintree tomorrow and Mosman Gorge before we head chasing The Tanners on ...