Port Douglas Apartments
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... falls there. They quickly invited us to use their driveway on our way south and told us the best turtle nesting sites to visit. I managed to fix our sink problem only for the top draw to fall off. We're writing a mental list for the Autobarn management.
We woke on Monday with a Cairns detour on our minds. None of us wanted to return and waste a day or exchange the rolling hills, rivers and wildlife of The Daintree for the city. We delayed our return with a visit to Mossman ...
... the reef Quicksilver has a platform on where you can take a semi-submergible boat, you can sunbathe at the dock and, obviously, you can rent a diving suit and dive within the reef fauna or you can get some glasses and snorkel and do some snorkelling of the surface, admiring sea turtles, clownfishes and another huge fishes... and don't worry, there are no stingers at the outer reef!
All of this has a cost of 166 euro approx. (if you want to dive you have to pay extra)
... was cool as I had been hanging to see one in real life, we had heard so much about them up this way. The noise they make is crazy-like a huge truck rumbling past and apparently can be heard up to 7km away by other cassowaries. The kids (& big kids) had a go on the Go-karts once we arrived back in Cairns before heading back to the Cairns Coconut Resort(which to Clint and I it feels like ...
... of different plants. The gardens were split up into five different sections, each with a different name. In the bamboo forest I learnt that bamboo is split up into segments and each segment is split by a thing in the bamboo called the divider. I also learnt that bamboo is in fact the tallest grass in the world. I went into the rainforest section where I saw an "idiot" tree and some paper bark trees. Eating the ...
... 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.