The Pavilions Port Douglas - Boutique Holiday Apartments
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... need to bask in the sun on the river banks. We did manage to see a couple of little ones but nothing of any size. On now, deep in the forest, towards Cape Tribulation where we stopped for a BBQ steak and salad lunch before plunging into a fast flowing river to cool off. The current was too strong for some, particularly those with a post-op shoulder. Margaret did manage to sit on ...
... kids were singing carols. Washed and dressed for dinner another quick drink in the Lime Tree while we waited for Karen and Paul and their friend Murray. Dinner was very nice and we went back to K&P's for a nightcap. We were the last out of the restaurant (Moon Cafe) at 9.15 they eat early here. The strange thing about today was saying 'Merry Christmas' to people when it really doesn't feel like Christmas, tomorrow will be very ...
... maybe a shark will nibble you, although I don’t think there are great whites here - just the odd bull shark or tiger shark. Most are (so we’re told) harmless. They just don’t look it to me and Australians are so amazingly blaze about all their resident poisonous painful stingy bity things, I don’t believe a word they say quite frankly.
We were particularly interested in the crocs up here - the stories are ...
Reserve a day for touring the town and go to the beach. Book a tour to Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation for the next day.
- Foam Fury company it's one of the best-known. The Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation Tour costs about 96 euro and you spend all the day seeing things, with lunch included. You can even see cassowarys and crocodiles if you're lucky!
The next day you MUST go to the Great Barrier Reef. Port Douglas is the ...
... of it. We woke up and showered before heading off. It was going to be our last day today but we went for a walk on Noah's beach and wanted to stay so we quickly rang up after finding signal and luckily got a spot! We got to stay another day! We went for 2 walks through the rainforest. I tried to spot a cassowary but still have no luck in finding one! We went to a cafe where Jo had some daintree tea, she didn't like it and she treated ...