The Newport on Macrossan
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Port Douglas- up early yet again! Had to get breakfast and get to the marina by 8am for our all day snorkelling trip. The boat we went on was only 2 weeks old and it was one of the smaller companies who only take a maximum of 45 people so lots of room for people. This company "Wavelength", was very well-organised, we were quite amazed at how …
Cape Tribulation Wow, this place is amazing, really beautiful. We hadn't planned any activities because we were pretty tired so went for a walk before breakfast, again, I was on edge thinking every noise in the bush was a Cassowary just lurking there waiting to disembowel either me or Bill! We have been talking about these birds going over what we …
... when this wifie in the last shop tries to talk her through the meaning of the prints (the strength of women and the shadows symbolising the spirits of the people) that we were looking at, the loving not liking very quickly became more important and a quick exit was needed, sure fire way of scaring off customers.
We then happened upon an oasis! A shop called 'little bit if Scotland' OMG is all I can say - every Scottish stereotype under the sun in one place! ...
... out over the falls the view was stunning. They were so vast and deep. The views from the cable cars would've been amazing. However, I really enjoyed our relaxed day wandering the markets and hanging out with Nikki's friends. Later, we said our goodbyes and flew to Brisbane to meet Tony, Nikki's other friend who is kindly letting us stay with him a few nights. Flight was only 1hour 45minutes. Every time they've been getting shorter. ...
... of a look but really couldn't be bothered with shopping. As it was our last night in Port Douglas we took the boys out for dinner to The Courthouse pub and we got to listen to some fantastic live music by a guy called Shannon. He played guitar, the didgereedoo and tambourine and sang some great cover songs. It was a great way to get through the wet weather that was still hounding us - it had stuck all day. Didn't even get close to two hours of sunshine ...