Latitude 16 Sunseeker Apartments

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

Sun and water for us all.

A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 25, 2014

... but when I went back only a short time later to takes some photos, it had clouded over and those big spots of rain were descending once again. Mind you getting wet is not a problem with the temp 27deg today.

I had a call today from David (Hai as we knew him) he said that he really wants to take Peter and me with him to Vietnam sometime. It is great now that contact has been made that he wants to keep in touch.


Palm Cove Caravan Park

A travel blog entry by dingleydave on Jun 24, 2014

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... the way they think. The weather is perfect, blue sky's, a few white fluffy clouds and about 26 degrees, heaven. The next day we al went on the big cat out to Green Island, the weather was perfect and we snorkelled and walked through the Rain Forest. We then went on a submarine out to the reef, wow, wow, wow. Huge shoals of fish were everywhere, great groups of ...

Turtles and Rum

A travel blog entry by lindaloo84 on May 06, 2014

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... own before we go home. Bought a huge piece of rump steak (500g) for 6.70 dollars, just under 4 quid. Here in Cairns, prices are cheapest we ave experienced in Australia. Also bought a bottle of red wine from the liquor store, struggled to find one less than 14 % as we ave found the red wines a little too heavy. This one was 13% and very drinkable. BBQ was great, used the ...

Where the Rainforest meets the Reef

A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on May 04, 2014

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... 7-8million years old). There are many species of both plants and animals that do not exist elsewhere in the world, the most exciting of which is the Cassowary, which is a large flightless bird that can grow to approx. 1.5m to 2m tall, with a large black body and blue and red head. Cassowarys are an endangered species with around 1200 thought to be left. We were told there were only 60 or so of these in Daintree, as a result sightings are very rare ...

Great Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Apr 01, 2014

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... diverse ecosystem known to man ... an ecosystem which has evolved over millions of years.”But even facts like these can only hint at the sheer immensity and awesome beauty of the Reef. Our first peek, through diving masks or a glass-bottom boat, will bring into view its otherworldly character. It's a true sensory explosion, an azure scene of non-stop activity. We'll witness brilliant tropical fish darting about amid sea fans and anemones swaying with the waves. ...