The Port Douglas Outrigger
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... step of the ladder and get some relief from the heat. We returned now the way we came, apart from this time we crossed the Daintree River on a cable ferry. A last stop at an ice cream factory for a refresher before arriving back in Port Douglas. Once again we felt that we'd had a good day out but it left us hot and drained. We eventually found something to eat that evening then ...
What a day! Early start got collected just after 7, the trip Hayley had booked was called Reef Experience was had a section called 'top deck' this is where you really get looked after! We had breakfast, lunch and finally champagne when we were all done and 2 experts that stayed with us, there were 2 other guys with us. At our first stop Micky & Hayley decided to do the intro dive, while me and Ben were going to snorkel. So off they went and with wet suits on me and ...
... salties can grow up to 7m in length (!) although 5m is quite big now. The farmers get cheesed off with the really big ones and used to shoot them cos they eat all their cattle when they’re trying to drink - so now the bigger ones are often captured and taken to nature reserves. They were hunted almost to extinction in the past for their skins - now they’re a protected species in Australia.Their jaw has the most powerful bite pressure of any animal - ...
... to book a cruise to the reef. The are lots of companies, some of them offering trips to Green Island, but in fact Green Island is not the barrier reef... Some companies are specialized in diving experiences. If you're not interested in diving but you wish to go to the Great Barrier Reef and do some snorkeling I recommend this one:
- Quicksilver. A boat to the outer barrier reef, 70 km from the coast, with breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea included. Once ...
... a lovely chocolate milkshake! Afterwards we went to the local ice cream factory and shared an ice cream! It was different fruit flavoured, I can't remember the names but it was yummy. We then got back to the camp site and had lunch before lazing about on the beach for the afternoon. We then cooked dinner before going to sleep listening to the waves one more time. Cape tribulation was awesome and was amazing to see. I would ...