Villa San Michele
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- Shuttle bus service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Had a nice lie in, had breakfast done some washing and then went to book our excursions booked before the office closed at 1. Me and Micky went for a walk along the beach until Ben and Hayley finished work. We saw an interesting sign ( in photos) We had a coffee and coke in one of the restaurants and then came back to Blue Lagoon. Karen and Paul ...
... remedy. Of course, you can (and are always heavily advised to!) wear a stinger suit but somehow your curious mind can't help but wonder, what if it stings my hands, feet or face? By what percentage is the "excruciating and overwhelming" pain decreased? ... Other than that there is also the reef shark, described almost universally as, "mostly timid" and highly unlikely to attack a human unless you're unfortunate enough to cross paths while he's in a feeding frenzy or ...
We went out to the Great Barrier Reef today on Quicksilver. When we arrived at the reef activity platform we went on a semi submersible which had glass panels underwater but later we decided to do a helmet dive where we wore a special helmet connected to the surface air supply and ...
Today we headed to Cape Tribulation. This is North of Port Douglas and is basically the end of the paved (sealed) road. Andrew Kapsa had suggested that we go there. It took us a while to leave since we were on Skype with the kids. Headed north on the Captain Cook Highway with sugar cane fields on both sides of the road. There is a sugar cane train that runs beside the road to transport the sugar cane from the fields. We drove through Mossman and decided to check out ...
... After lunch, we made our way to the end of the paved roads (the rest of the highway leading to Cookston was dirt, which was just completely different than I expected. We pulled into a parking area and made our way on the short walk through the woods to the beach. Cape Trib was named by Capt. Cook himself as he was sailing nearby and had such difficulty with the reef. It's also the only place in the world where two heritage sights - rainforest and the Great Barrier ...