The Port Douglas Outrigger
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Well, here we are in Cairns... Hard to believe how far we've actually travelled and that we're here for the 'holiday' part of our adventure, which means we're in one place for almost a full week! Fortunately, we are in a very very nice place... We arrived at Cairns airport after a fairly short 3 hour flight up from Sydney - domestic flights are so much easier, no passport faff and border control etc so we were just in and out of the airports in a flash, which was welcome. We hopped in a ...
I woke up early after 12 hours sleep. Peter had tried to adjust to the time by staying up late the night before.
We had no food so we drove into Port Douglas and bought breakfast at a small cafe. The coffee (flat white) cost $3.90 for a cup and $4.90 for a mug. Then we wandered through some shops until we found the grocery store, Coles. We did some shopping, picking up basics. We managed to ...
... to Kuranda village, then scenic railway back through rain forest. Stunning. Feel we've been transported to another world. Wednesday October 15th. Another lazy day in paradise. Swimming, eating, sleeping, shopping. Thursday October 16th Trip out to Great Barrier Reef. Oh my life, there is nothing I could write or any photos I could share that would do this justice. Amazing. Snorkelled, did Ocean walk, lazed, just fantastic. Back to pack for next stage. Goodbye Queensland, we've loved ...
... the bar watching the footy, Tom appeared for a chat. He was great, assured me the Bloomfield is in good condition at the moment and I would have no problems. He then filled me in on a few other tracks and told me about some of his adventures.
Turns out him and two mates are slowly making their way around Aussie also, but instead of using the main roads they have made it their mission to cover as many back roads ...
... I tooted at Jill, planted my foot and left her eating some gravel. Jill followed suit and thankfully due to traffic, C.L was unable to follow us again.
OMG what utter madness!!!!
So much for not dwelling on it LOL. Sorry.
Post this however, we arrived at Hartleys, had a great afternoon holding
pythons, blue tongue lizards and checking out the crocs and then all
off to Port Douglas for fun night of dancing and gossiping.