Latitude 16 Port Douglas Coral Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsLatitude 16 Port Douglas Coral Apartments
The apartment was very comfortable, self contained and well designed with a nice private courtyard. Would certainly recommend this accommodation.
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This morning we travelled along the Captain Cook Highway passing through fields of sugar cane. We were delayed for a short time while a sugar cane train with about 60 carts crossed the highway. To get to Cape Tribulation we crossed the Daintree River on a punt and then drove 50 kms through the rainforest. It is a very scenic drive crossing quite a few rivers and creeks. We stopped at a number of bays and were pleasantly surprised at the beauty of them. At some points we did not get out ...
... when there aren't crocs about. On the way back we got a boat on the river that took us to try and find some crocs. All day we'd been told about 3-4 metre crocs, and even a couple that reach 7. We saw a 3 foot croc. I've seen bigger puppies. After this we made our way back to Cairns, where we arrived just in time to see the nightly bat parade through the sky. We followed them towards our home, ate some dinner and chilled out for the evening. All in all, an epic ...
... in to the rapids of this big fast flowing river. We weren't there long enough to be able to swim unfortunately. A great day out, for our last day in Oz. Still feeling bit ill, no energy, queasy, headache. Hope it will pass soon. It has just been on news, that Palm Cove beach has been closed today and for the foreseeable future after 2 people stung by Irukanje jellyfish! We fly to Hong Kong ...
... and ended up in our sister hotel for dinner. After too much food and drink we crashed out in the cool air con back at our apartment. It's hot up here. Sunday and off to the market early. The town is beautiful set on a peninsular with lots of greenery. Reminds us a bit of the Caribbean. The market was big with so many genuine craft stalls, we could have bought loads. And guess what Bill, someone was doing a sea salt scrub - not ...