Villa San Michele
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Outdoor pool
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We started the day with a 5:30 am pick up for a sunrise tour of Uluru. We were provided with a picnic breakfast eaten at about 7:30. We watched Uluru turn bright red with the morning sun Uluru is a large sandstone rock formation, bent beneath the earth. It is millions years old. It has many springs, waterholes, rock caves and ancient paintings. It …
So much to see everywhere. Paronella is something else a Spanish Immigrent's dream dream come true in the 1930's. An Australian couple's dream in the1990's, still a work in progress. Check it out at www.paronellapark.com.au. We did the Darkness falls tour Saturday night and a tour of the hydro installation Sunday morning and finally a ...
... into an exploration of the Barrier Reef once more - well it would be extremely rude not to! That is if we survive crocodiles, to be found in the creek across the road from the motel, the mossies carrying Dengue fever and a host of other tropical diseases not known to man or electric ants, (whatever they are) - I just love this country!! Don't worry anyone - I sure we will be just fine - we have our bug spray and we are going no where near that ...
... for a more unique experience.
2,300 kilometres long, the Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef system and the world's biggest single structure made by living organisms. We've seen some beautiful coral reefs before (in the Indian Ocean and in Asia) but this is the King of coral reefs! An absolute must see!
Being wet season, jellyfish can be present so we ...
... what a unique environment the rainforest was. Our road took us up into the mountains winding up to a viewpoint where we could look back at Port Douglas and learn a bit more about the sugar cane industry and how the land was now held in trust by the state to protect any further clearance. We drove on to lunch at an out of the way shed by a small river. A cook had prepared steak, sea bass and sausage with lots of salads, fresh fruit and Daintree tea! It ...