Latitude 16 Sunseeker Apartments
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... english from the buffet whilst thomas ran round being very excited and talking to everyone he could see about which parrot was male and which was female.
It's a really great little hands on park with 3 different "habitats". After our photo with the smelly koala (you've got to haven't you but blimey did that thing smell), we went to feed the wallabies and the kangaroos. This was great, they were all very used to humans but the set up meant they ...
... Reef as it was for all of us- so we made sure to go a second time and maximize our time out there. Fish were breathtaking, coral brilliant and I even saw a black tipped reef shark .We had a great house to live in during our stay (hallelujah!). We also enjoyed two days touring the rainforest – Kuranda and up to Cape Tribulation, the kids and I signed up for 2 private lessons of tennis and also did lots of practicing, we took part in an aboriginal art class, a trip to ...
... nice indeed!
Sundays Port Douglas has a terrific market, so we spent some time wandering in the hot sun, looking at all the local arts & crafts and watching the entertainment. There was a festival on, with a rather unusual motorized eskie-racing event, and prawns available fresh off the boats. Lunch back at the apartment, and ...
... approach to the problem and decided to only purchased one if we saw people screaming in terror. All day long, not one stinger was spotted; we felt a glow of superiority and with a saving of $14 to boot. After no time at all, the horn was sounded for it all to end and a quick change back to shore clothes (it reminded us of a school swimming lesson) for the return to base. What a memory; we both feel privileged to have experienced it, even as an organised tourist ...
... in rainforest right to the beaches. Mangroves by the hundreds and not all the same. No we did not see any cassowaries or tree kangaroos, even though it is their home territory. Actually wildlife seems to stay hidden and there is lots to hide under. Finally Mossman Gorge and while beautiful some of the waterfalls and gorges we saw on Saturday and Sunday were just as beautiful, and far less busy, perhaps because they are more inaccessible. Mossman is a ...