Port Douglas Sands Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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No crocodiles were there, only birds. The only thing I thought was cool was an owl that a man pointed out. The owl was really hard to spot but I saw it! The crocodiles are nearly impossible
to spot. It was good they had food on the boat for free but there was not much of the food. It was really bad because you were supposed to see crocs but …
Interesting flavours. Coconut not my favourite. Apricot really really yummy.
Black sapote alright. Wattle seed was my second favourite. If I was mum or dad I would take
us all back there. Also caramel russian fudge was sold there and it was really good. The ice cream shop is in the middle of nowhere so do not expect it to be on the corner< …
... of shops and cafes to wonder in and out of as well as trails along the Barron River and down through the rainforest to walk along. We spent several hours just perusing the sights before boarding the Kuranda Scenic Railway to Freshwater Station. The train to Freshwater was something very similar to the Great American Scream Machine at Six Flags Over Georgia except with better seats. It was loud and clanked & jerked ...
... have hired and it appears that the tires are almost bald and it kind of smells like a swamp. So we trade for a newer one and are on the road again. It's a nice drive but very curvy and it hugs the coast the whole way. It reminds me a bit of the drive to Tofino. At least the directions are fairly straightforward - not like Noosa, Noosaville, Noosa head and its gazillion ...
... of Sydney Harbour, the Bridge and the Opera House. But Sydney will have to wait a few weeks.... we only had a few hours in the airport before we caught our connection to Cairns, our entry point to Northern Queensland.
The humidity hit us as we stepped outside of Cairns airport and were greeted by a large cane toad! We had gone from the dry heat of central Australia to the wet tropical heat ...