The Port Douglas Outrigger
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... massive boats in it. We checked to make sure the Reef Sprinter trip was still on. It's a 15 minute trip to the reef and 1.5 hours snorkelling. This was the quickest trip to the reef being advertised. The boat has 800 horsepower and skips across the top of the waves. Phil, Hayley & Scott were r-e-a-l-l-y looking forward to it. Frances was staying behind for some R&R. Into the wetsuits they slipped and grabbed their towels with a backward wave to Frances, they were ...
... t wait to see Leanne. I arrived at the loft hotel I legian and Leanne and I had great chat and headed out dinner around 8:30pm Bali time. We walked down the major street and got yelled at and called into shops the whole way. It made me very awkward and uneasy. We decided to eat at Nero and we ordered a jug of beer for $8 and I had gnocchi for $6, what a deal!! We then grabbed some bottles of water and headed back to the hotel to shower and get ready for ...
... left the room quickly and headed down to enjoy the first of many 3 dollar ciders. Having spent six months paying at least a third or even double what we would at home for most things, this was a huge bonus that of course we had to take advantage of! The Parrot Fish Lodge Hostel not only had a cheap bar but great live music. So we spent out night chatting, drinking and listening to a talented female artist. Day 2 The weather was slightly better today so we walked ...
... it's kind of another tour. We've chosen a day trip into Cape Tribulation but cut it in half. We're doing the morning of the trip, staying in a hostel for 2 nights, then doing the afternoon on the way back. Cape Tribulation is where the rainforest meets the beach so should be really cool. However it does mean we have to pack an overnight bag and take food with us as there isn't any shops there. We're going to leave our main bags here as we're coming back to ...
... had loads of little Port Douglas Guides with money off vouchers including 5% all shopping at Coles Supermarket if you spent more than $50 which is very easy since Australia’s burgeoning economy means that the price of everything you could ever wish to buy just keeps on going up and up, based on theory that everyone can afford everything. In reality the only people who can afford everything they ever want these days are those raking ...
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