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We went into Port Douglas this afternoon to top up the fridge and stop by the icecream shop (42 flavours). I went with something totally out of character, Blood Orange Sorbet... It was bloody nice, no pun intended.
Seriously cant wait for tomorrow as we are booked onto our Quicksilver Cruise and snorkeling tour on the great barrier reef. We were told to get in early because later this week the ...
... ourselves optimally with homemade duck boards (considering that they cost 267$ for a pair), petrol (turned out the price was $2.17!!! per litre on the island), tyre pumps (to inflate the tyres when necessary) and enough food to last the 4 of us for 3 full days. Looking back at it, we might have overdone our preparation just a bit but hey - we definitely had the oldest, most basic and shittiest car the island had ever seen (no, we’re not talking about Dani’s ...
... were walking, trotting and cantering around- it was just fab!!! After dinner I headed to bed pretty early as I was shattered!!! Another amazing day!! Finding my way to the bathroom from our little hut was interesting as it was pitch black and there were spiders the size of your hand on webs outside. Every step I took I could feel little creatures running along the floor or flying ...
... boarded the train around 3pm and took our seats in carriage number 13, we were seats 33 and 34. We had window seats too which was great. The train departed from Kuranda station on time at 3:30 and we headed to the first stop which was the Barron Falls, it was really good stopping here again like we did on the Skyrail, however, this time we were over on the other side so we had a different view overlooking the falls, it was very impressive, the drop over the falls is 265 metres!! ...
... weather forecast and the company we were going with only had a small boat. We walked down to the marina to check but all was still going ahead. We ate that night at Zinc, recommended by Antonia. She said even if we didn't eat there we had to go see the toilets. Food was lovely and the toilets had a huge fish tank spanning the men's and women's toilets. Early night again for another early ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking