The Pavilions Port Douglas - Boutique Holiday Apartments
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Today we arrived in Port Douglas, 42 miles north of Cairns, via the coastal road surrounded by forest and the Coral Sea. The city is home to two World Heritage jewels, the Great Barrier Reef and The Daintree Rainforest. Here the lush rain forest runs all the way down to the sea. Captain Cook first saw this magnificent area in 1770. One hundred years later, gold was discovered and the first settlement was established ...
... and birds. Lots of local anecdotes, tales of just how high the water gets in the 'wet' especially when combined with a cyclone which appears to happen here on a regular basis.
Salt water crocodiles are a serious matter in Australia. Croc warning signs are posted everywhere near the ocean, and for good reason, the crocs can get up to 18 feet in length and will attack, kill and eat humans. Normally they eat fish and mud crabs but are very opportunistic. During ...
... and we were on our way to the 14.000 feet. The flight alone was already worth the money; we enjoyed absolutely stunning views of the islands, the GBR and the remaining area. Our friend Richy was the first to be ‘thrown’ out of the plane. The lights changed from red, to orange and then green before we knew it the door opened and the instructor together with Richy were out of the plane. It was like lemmings, one after the other, we were chucked out and without ...
... a suspension bridge to see another creek that flows into the Mossman river. There were plenty of people on the track and we were very lucky that we managed to avoid any heavy rain showers - some people we saw were quite drenched. Naomi took a lower path back to the shuttle bus stop while Mum and Celie took the aerial walkway again. We rendezvoused back at the main centre and then headed back into Mossman for ...
... half an hour getting rid of some tackle and bait. I was washing down the boat when I heard a cheer from the patrons in the bar overlooking the ramp. Mez and myself decided to investigate to find Lochlan holding up a very nice Bream. Jacob was next with a skinny suckerfish which was very slippery and slimy, and Callum caught a black bream on a hand line.
It was my ...