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We took a Jetstar flight directly from Melbourne to Cairns. Lots of crying children who must have been more desperate for sunshine than us! Arrived in Cairns around 2.30pm picked up our hire car and headed north to Port Douglas. Lovely sunshine and coastal views up the Captain Cook Highway. We detoured into Trinity Beach and Palm Cove to see what …
... we got directions from them of where it was as I knew the boys would be keen to go there also. So we pushed on to Mason's Cafe where there is a swimming area which wasn't as good, but Jack and Nugget still couldn't resist the ropes and they ended up in the water again. The creek was beautiful and clear with lots of fish but it would have been much more inviting on a hot, sunny day. We'd been out for a few hours and decided to start heading back. On ...
... amazingly immersive that I never even noticed that we were walking for most of the day..
That evening we were treated to a fantastic dinner.
Being the only clients having dinner we had the place to ourselves on the deck beside the jungle pool.
They even put on soft romantic music to complement the ...
... I had been thinking to myself I wonder what caused all of that and then dad proceeded to answer my question without me even asking it. He pointed to one spot that had been torn up pretty bad and he said, “That’s the armadillo sign right there.” I said, “Now, what makes you think they’ve got armadillos over here?” To which I received the reply, “Cause I’ve got a lot of experience with armadillos, and ...
... to stay on the "wrong side" of the road, but a greater challenge was dealing with a large SUV on very narrow two lane roads. About 2/3 of our way in Mareeba, we came across the Golden Drop mango winery (photo) and just couldn't resist. They slice the mangos is a "Slicing Room", then ferment them just as we ferment grapes. The dry Gewurztraminer-like wine was definitely decent. Jack bought a bottle. ...