Lychee Tree Holiday Apartments

95 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, QLD 4877, Australia | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on 95 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, is near Four Mile Beach, Quicksilver Connections Ltd. Reef Cruises, Calypso Reef Cruises, and Back Country Bliss Adventures.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

    What happend to the Dry Season

    A travel blog entry by bushpigging on Aug 10, 2014

    10 photos

    Well here we are saying our goodbyes to Linda, Terry & Conner vowing it wont be 22 years to our next reunion. Terry asked where's our destination today again l said "I don't know somewhere north", we are trying to get to Cooktown would like to put the pig over the Bloomfield track.
    Anyway off we plod up to Port Douglas for a look. Did we mentioned we have encountered some wind lately. It has been blowing a foul south westerly for ...

    Great Barriers Conquered

    A travel blog entry by outbacktravels on Jun 02, 2014

    17 photos

    ... you headed down onto the pontoon to suit up... Pool Noodles supplied by myself for all members as part of the "Daddy doesn't know how to swim too well school of snorkeling".It did make staying afloat a lot less tiring and by then end of the nearly hour and a half snorkeling, it was time to be free of the noodles and deep dive down into the depths to get face to face with the coral and big fish.Everyone had a ...

    Cairns: Uncle Brian's and Cape Tribulation

    A travel blog entry by lharbert on Apr 23, 2014

    9 photos

    ... energy as possible, they lie in the water, waiting, until they can hear an animal approaching the riverbank. They are submerged, so can't be seen but can ambush their prey on the riverbank at up to 60km p/h. Pretty fast, considering they're so lazy most of the time. Now for the gross bit. After they've dragged whatever it is in to the water and drowned it, they drag in on the the land and stash it for a bit until it's nice and decomposed and much easier to eat. Yum. ...


    A travel blog entry by gilligun89 on Feb 15, 2014

    28 photos

    ... zoo, which means we cook for ourselfs. No problem there. Roughly every 3rd day we get some surplies, milk, bread etc. and on a weekly basis we are given meats and meals, most of which are sausages, some steaks and the occasional chicken along with microwave meals or leftovers from the owners dinner a few nights before. Altogether its not always the best but it is free.
    whilst scoffing the toast I'm introduced to the crew, Nathe and Rachel, a couple from Sommerset, finally ...

    The huntsman

    A travel blog entry by gilligun89 on Jan 14, 2014

    32 photos

    ... and general work at a property she rents, all before her chemo starts in 8 days time. I cannot imagen her strength, a smile on her face never dispears, even when we get to the house, through the week it is apparent that her believes is how she keeps going where others may give up and from this I put in the work the best that I can, relaying the stones on her drives, powerwashing the the floors and walls, whenever I had finished or had nothing to do, I would go find ...