Port Douglas Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and they were at the shops so we arranged to meet them for lunch. As we were walking the sun came out in full strength and Brad stopped us so we could bask in it for a moment, it was nice! I checked the time to see how long it stayed out and it was only a measly 20 minutes. We ate lunch with Jack and Nugget at Central Hotel on the main drag. Brad had the steak special and he wasn't happy with what he got. That was his second cheap ...
... and Bob bought a kangaroo belt and was well pleased but thought 200 bucks for a croc one was over the top. Had nice lunch 3 of us had kangaroo pie very good too, but I feel like I had it in for Rooes about now. Caught the Skyrail down the mountain and drove into Cairns for a quick look ...
... long and broad beaches, with few people. Except it is stinger season, which all lifeguards we talked to say is pretty much year round. The lethal varieties of “jellies” are taken very seriously here. Stings are painful at the least and fatal at the worst (a sting from the bell jellyfish can cause heart seizure within five minutes).
A small block of water is cordoned off by ...
This was another first! We hiked through muddy, murky mangroves, hunting for crabs and muscles -anything edible. It was raining most of the time so our ponchos helped, but with the humidity, it felt like we were in a sauna. We each carried spears to catch our prey, but only our guide caught one blowfish. Several snail-like creatures were caught and a few muscles. We were on Cooya Beach, a traditional fishing ground of the Kuku Yalanji people. ...
... the riverbank looking for crocs basking in the water. We couldn't believe it and thought he was mad when at one point he jumped on to the shore looking for evidence of their presence. He found a cow's pelvis and jaw bone right on the waters edge. We politely nodded and smiled at what he was showing us and beckoned him to quickly get back on the boat and focus on skippering!
We continued ...