Port Douglas Sands Resort
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... the rain came out in full force. We weaved through paths that while used for years, might still see less than 20 people a day. Chris continued to excel in expounding upon the trees, the plants, the leaves, the insects and we were all amazed. Our walks were undertaken with ponchos at times and then with umbrellas, a difficult mode of passing through the jungle! Lynne says that she has found a future for our great niece Rory. She would be in her glory here with all of ...
From Cairns we travelled up the coast to Port Douglas, a bit of a celebrity hang out very popular with Australians as a holiday destination… but not in the height of the Australian summer, and we quickly discovered why! We don't want to moan about the weather when everyone at home is having winter storms and flooding, but we have arrived here in the middle of an intense heat wave, it’s pretty unbearable! Temperatures ...
It was a lush rainforest. We all enjoyed it. Especially the cold spring water for a dip. We all went to dinner at Salsa Bar and Grille. The food was great. Delicious. We went for a crocodile tour yesterday and actually saw a few while visiting the Daintree Rainforest. Wow...we are starting the preparation to leave this beautiful place. Mike and I love this upscale beach town. We just cannot believe you cannot get into the ...
Pam got up early for a run because we were suppose to check out at 10am only to find out at 9am that we didn't have to. So it turned out to be a very relaxed leisurely day as we were able to hang around and relax until we met up with John & Cindy in the evening. This involved some swimming, napping on the couch, TV watching and left overs eating!!! Really thankful that we could do this otherwise it would have been a very long day ...
... looked very inviting. Unfortunately, the warnings on the beach added crocs to usual list of sharks and stingers!
A long day was finished off with a very nice ice cream and a visit to Cassowary Falls, a spring fed fall with a very nice little pool formed beneath it. We were told we could swim but as we approached the edge, a 3m long eel put us off. The pool also contained lots of fish and small turtles.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking