Latitude 16 Sunseeker Apartments

Address: 7 Garrick St, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | 7 star condo
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

Around Port Douglas

A travel blog entry by retrotripper on Dec 02, 2014

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We couldn't have found a better spot than the Tin Shed Bar on the estuary to have drinks. We went early 5 ish to see the sun go down and although it was cloudy, the ever changing light made for a lovely hour or so. We then had the difficult decision of where to eat. We decided to go to the Thai Curry on the sea front. Kath you would have been impressed with our wine selection - Angove Winery - Shiraz, cab sav blend from the winery ...

Along the Captain Cook Hwy

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Nov 18, 2014

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... For $12 (6.53) the most obese man in the world drives you to the start of a 4km trail. There were Aussie's to be seen along the trail if you tread lightly and looked carefully. They pointed out a Frill lizard that defends it territory by running up your leg. It posed for some pictures, only running at me once. Wild turkeys scratch around the litter and the parasitic fig trees make cathedrals of their buttresses around their smothered hosts. The creek here is clear and cold and ...

Cairns for Dominic

A travel blog entry by godboldsgonorth on Jul 29, 2014

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... The third cycads are the ones we have at school. Cycads are "green dinosaurs". This means that plants, like cycads and king ferns, were in fact around when dinosaurs were around. Cycads are cone-bearing plants. The cone is found on the female plant. The male plant gets a cluster of nuts. The last section in the Gardens was called Gondwana land which I was looking forward to seeing but they had closed it off.

Day 13 - Rain Forest & Crocodiles

A travel blog entry by rebeccacline on Jul 28, 2014

Today we left the hotel at 7:20 and drove up the coast towards Cape Tribulaton, named so by Captain Cook. Tribulation indeed, as it is where his ship, the Endeavour was run aground on a reef. Fortunately he survived and they were able to repair the ship and make it further north to what is now Cooktown, about as far north as you can go in Australia without a serious 4 wheel drive vehicle. We drove through the Daintree Rainforest. ...

Markets and shopping

A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip on Jul 21, 2014

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... off into the wilderness. Loaded up with a new laptop, eperb for the boat and a wheel brace to change the tyres on the boat or trailers, we headed back to the Rv with our new essential goodies and a lot less $. Oh dear!
We decided to spend an hour in the library which myself and the lads always enjoy and Moff gets to read a few fishing mags. Another 'rippa' day.