Port Douglas Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... a swim in the "not heated" pool, god, it was freezing, absolutely freezing but I just got in and tried not to think how crazy I was right about now! They have a nice restaurant onsite and we went there for dinner, again, right in the middle of the rainforest. Nice food and great night. Bill wanted to go for a walk and I thought that wouldn’t be too bad but every noise made me on edge thinking it was damn bloody Cassowary!!! I couldn’t enjoy it at all! So ends day ...
... the “Rex” lookout then onto Palm Cove, walked along the beach front a bit windy for us. Stopped for lunch at Coffee Haven, I had a caeser salad, average; more like bacon and egg with cos lettuce and toasted ciabatta bread. On the way back we stopped at Ellis beach I got talking to “Manu” a 60 plus Hippy with dreadlocks hair, he told me he has been on the road for 6 years just driving up and down the Queensland coast & even goes to Tasmania.
... a the really picturesque beach.
We were going to head back but ended up in the courthouse pub playing pool, true holiday style! Thomas won one. I won one and at this point we think it's wise to stop given the competitive (and therefore potentially mardy) 4 year old.
The evening brought some amazing prawns from coles, accompanied by salad, dips and a nice cold bottle of ...
... here although as much as I would have liked to do again, I think the water was a bit too cold. This town was also where the movie Australia was made and there's a lot of poster memorabilia down along the esplanade. A couple of beaut lookouts and a lake in the middle of town with 160 species of bird life abounding. We spent 2 days and nights in Bowen, thoroughly enjoying this town and the beautiful beaches, before making our way gradually down the coast, next port of call being Airlie ...
... fish swimming very close by which I think were called Jungle Perch. The walk though nice was a little disappointing as the vegetation was so thick that we did not get to see much of the actual Gorge . After a couple of hours we continued our journey to Port Douglas, took a walk along the Main Street, got some small supplies for our breakfasts for the next couple of days, and then found the ...