Port Douglas Sands Resort
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... bed. So we landed up having a little sleep in and a late start to our morning. 7.30 am we were on the road heading to Port Douglas, with a quick stop off at Palm Cove that was recommended by Christa. So we popped in for a quick sticky beak and it was a lovely hidden gem, with lots of little cafes, restaurants and holiday accommodation lining the beach front. Back on the main road with a quick stop on the outskirts of Port
Douglas for a cuppa and something to ...
... driving tour around town, taking in the marina and the lookout before hitting the shops. All three managed to find something they liked so we shot straight back to the van so they could put them on and hit the beach.
It was a very windy day so beach conditions we far from ideal but Caitlin and Jess had a splash anyway while Leigh looked on Vickie went for a run. Hopefully the wind eases off ...
... us is the bottom end of the Bloomfield track so we left soon after 9.00am leaving Honey in the van, to drive up into the Daintree area. It is quite a short drive from Mossman through cane growing country and a ferry crossing is involved. But before we did the ferry we went into the little township of Daintree which is on a river used for tourist Crocodile trips. Returning to the ferry crossing there was a bit of a wait but that is standard with ferries. Leaving the ferry the ...
... a very nice meal. In bed by 9pm. We were knackered.!!!!
25 July. Up at 8am had our normal breakfast like home and then walked down to the Reef Adventure booking office where we booked for the day trip Yacht sailing to the Low Isles on Monday. Then walked on down to the wharf Marina had morning tea, then walking back Don and I purchased sun hats. Bought some fresh prawns and bread from
Coles and beers (30 cans of VB for Aus$53) from a bottle shop. We then walked ...
... next stop so we all head back to our original seats. The train is packed to the rafters with approximately 700 passengers. It takes about 2 hours for the journey to Kuranda up the old line which was built in 1891 with most of the scenery on the right hand side. Unfortunately we did not get a window seat so we really don't see much, I think I would recommend people taking the gold option for the extra $110 per couple as you would probably ...