Palm Villas Port Douglas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... farms who also produce icecream. (To be fair, we made sure we sampled icecream at both). We all loved wandering along Wonga Beach, finding all sorts of treasures and Benny even caught a fish. Then we would fall asleep to the sound of bats roosting and wake to the sound of the ocean. It's a shame we couldn't stay longer but Cooktown awaits. Thanks Wonga Beach we feel very ...
... by the local Aboriginal community with the pies and sausage rolls all made on site. We all tried both options and they were really delicious, the pies were right up there with our current award winners.
It was back to our respective camps then where Wendy prepared to attend Sasha’s Hens High Tea at the Sheraton Mirage Resort – so I dropped her off around 1.00pm and then went back to the park to just chill out for a couple ...
... soil between the rocks had washed away . Quite bizarre . Further south and back to Mount Molloy free bush camp for the night . We are now inland about 100 k's from Cairns where we are heading for the next week. Leigh has a dental appointment next Thursday in Cairns so we are using this as an opportunity to do some maintenance. We will be booking into a Caravan Park for a week or so. Have a little problem with the ...
... time – only 7 hours and got in about 5:30pm! Finding it hard to take too much more of this. We were going to visit Danny Gillinder and his family in Townsville but when we got to the hotel, they asked us if we were there for the game – we said what game – and they said the Cowboys were playing in town! Well, restaurants were packed so we had to go to a Ribs & Rumps restaurant at 6pm so couldn’t spend any time with ...
... there it is more popular than going to see George the Groper. The walk is about 2.8km round and is so busy you really can't appreciate it. As we walk back down Riley gets bit by something he reckons is a flying spider and does jump in front of the shuttle bus probably driven by that same fella that said it wasn't safe. I reckon he got the curse for breaking the rules. Them same rules about not swimming in the gorge. We push on to ...