The Port Douglas Outrigger
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in Brian’s bag (so I blame him). So we saw other parts of Cairns not on the tourist trail. Picked up coffee and breakfast along the way. Out of town, northward bound, we went. We took about
5 hours to get to the Daintree Ecolodge by way of Palm Cove and a shopping sprint at Port Douglas much to Brian’s chagrin. We go into every pharmacy to look for his special ointment for his feet ...
... calm day perfect for visibility. We saw where we had been yesterday at Cape Triibulation, and it looked such a long way but not at the time. Lunch was set up all day with hot and cold dishes and salads. Our vessel was alongside with air con and full bar. There were many activities to do but we braved it to snorkel and so glad we did. To say we have done this at the Reef is a buzz. The ...
... we went on a short cruise on the Lady Douglas down the river where we saw a big crocodile who uncharacteristically climbed out of the water, turned around and bared his teeth! As we had also had complimentary bubbles, beer and nibbles it was a most enjoyable outing. Tomorrow we are off to Mission ...
30 July A lazy start to the day, drove down to Cairns to do the Sky Rail trip up to Kuranda Village in the rainforest.Cost was $109.00 each return trip. Boarded the gondola at 10.35 and after 2 stops with a boardwalk through the bush area we arrived at Kuranda at 12pm.
We walked around for a while then had lunch at the Rainforest View Restaurant where Di and I had Kangaroo pie and chips, ...
... of young hitchers to save them a few miles with a couple of massive rucksacks.
We stopped at a lookout post on the way back for views going further than Port Douglas.
After a quick shower, we enjoyed our anniversary meal of whole fried barramundi and steak at the tin shed. We bumped into our Sunderland friends yet again and we've shared emails so we can send / receive appropriately mocking correspondence depending on results.