Latitude 16 Port Douglas Coral Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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The apartment was very comfortable, self contained and well designed with a nice private courtyard. Would certainly recommend this accommodation.
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... accessible. With a calm surface the deadly box jelly fish swim right up to shore. The vinegar provided for other stingers at the car park entrance won't save you if your stung and the croc infested creeks we had just been sailing empty into the bay. When the locals stay out of the water you know you should too. The crocs use the tributaries to hunt for turtles and Barramundi. Julia got to sleep while Emma and I walked round the bay, the sand is blanket soft and the beach amongst ...
... at night. They are a huge pest in Northern Australia, introduced by man to eradicate the Cane Beetle however, the Cane Beetle out smarted the Cane Toad by being able to climb higher than the toad can jump, therefore the Cane Toad feeds on other things, has bred prolifically and has taken over AND the Cane Beetle is still ...
... Cooktown this way.
After listen to rain on our roof most of the night we pack up in the morning and head for Mt Molloy to try and escape the rain.
Once on top of the range we did escape the rain momentarily, it is here we decide it has taken us this long to get here and we do want to start to make a mile. So we will go west from here once we have a quick look at the Atherton Tablelands.
We arrive at Lake Tinaburra at Yungaburra.
... grocery shopping. Very upmarket sort of place and very busy. Driving in along the thoroughfare it was just flash resort after flash resort. Drove passed the marina and marvelled at the money that must have been tied up in some of the boats.
Thought we would try and find a camp spot just south of Port Douglas from which we could come back for day to look around. Before we knew it we were in Cairns. Port Douglas will have to wait for another time.