Latitude 16 Port Douglas Coral Apartments
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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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... again, luckily we get the only one available for the night as they had run out of Nutella . Yum. As you can see from the pics, we won't be coming home with a sun tan, quite cold again today but least was a dry day. Tomorrow we have to drive back to the Daintree river, where the ferry was and meet a bloke who will be taking us on a fishing charter, hopefully weather stays dry or sunny will be even better, it's about an hours drive ...
We drove to the ferry (barge) to cross the Daintree River to Cape Tribulation you drive on one side and few minutes later you drive off on the other side of the river. We
were surprised that there are houses, farms and lots of various businesses there in a national park. It is beautiful rainforest, beaches and blue water. We went to the Discovery Centre where there are boardwalks through the forest and a tower that is higher than the tree canopy. An audio guides and ...
... several hundred, mainly young and buff insurance agents descended upon the hotel. We could barely find a place to sit. The staff were really hopping to keep up with them.
We headed into Port Douglas to check-in with QuickSilver Tours at the marina. Talk about a sophisticated operation, this one sets the new standard for delivery of offshore marine experiences. Not cheap at all, but worth it.
Our 450 passenger catamaran departed at 10 AM. It was like being on an airplane ...
We drove back to Port Douglas from Cape Trib (weather still hot and sunny because of the cyclone south of here) on Saturday. We stopped off at Mossman Gorge, a traditional Aborigine area that's now part of Daintree national park. A short shuttle bus later we arrived at the gorge, clear water with huge boulders surrounded by the trees of the rainforest. It sort of reminded me of swimming in some of the tarns in the Lake District, but ...