Villa San Michele
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... the coastal fluffs and curvy turns through the forrest. But the best part was when we just arrived in Port Douglas, just at dusk, and there were thousands of bays flying over head. And they were huge!! It was so neat to see them all flying, and a really nice way to end that part of the adventure. Once we got back and cleaned up, we headed into town for dinner at an Italian restaurant, where I had a made-from-scratch pasta dish. It was a great day, and an excellent ...
... able to see the fish right up in front of our faces and circling us. Then they brought up sea cucumbers and some stag horn coral and let us hold it. It was an amazing experience, and I did very well. They filmed it for us and I got a DVD. Once I got back up, I was in a wet Lycra suit, so I thought "What the heck!" And got myself some snorkeling gear. It was fantastic. I happily splashed away in the ...
... take the washing off the line and I have a nana nap to top my lovely day. What a waste of the sunshine thou, we should have been out fishing with it being such a lovely day. What a hubby to treat me like a queen. Thank you Matt. We then to dinner at the court house hotel, Matt had the seafood laksa, he raved about it, his best meal so far this trip, I had the steak mingion, thoughly enjoyed mine too. Lovely day all in all for me any ...
... rainforests with a couple of waterfalls, one of which is the highest single falling waterfall in Australia. Motivated and curious as we are we walked all the way to the bottom of the waterfall. A small path led us through the wet tropics, a quite humid and indeed wet rainforest but absolutely stunning and purely natural.
We had almost reached Cairns when we decided to just pass through the city and immediately travel via the Captain Cook Highway further north all ...
... even is that saying?) and went to bed very full. The next morning we did a long walk out to the peninsula before breakfast and leech experienced dads extreme walking. Not good for get shin but we all enjoyed getting out and about and the lovely views. Stopped in town on the way back to book kayaking for tomorrow morning before letting dad go off to play a round of golf and we shopped then tried to get to the sheep shearing show. Much to mums disappointment we were two late, sorry ...