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... the Currumbin Sanctuary that we visited earlier in the trip but the main difference is that you were in habitats with the animals as compared to a zoo where you're separated from the animal. So, for example, in the food/snack area, there were parrots and birds just flying around amongst you which you ate. And then you went to the grassland habitat and you got to walk around with the Kangaroos and the Emus and things like that. It was fun! After the zoo, ...
... my food.
Went back to the room, had to turn the air con down as it was like a freezer. Sat for a while in the room, ate some wafer biscuits and watched some tv on my laptop.
Went for a little walk to the beach, saw a baby cane toad, tried getting it to jump towards the light of my phone, instead it licked the light. Beach was cool at night, could only see a few stars as there were quite a few clouds. Could see Port Douglas across the ...
... 2 days before we finally arrived in Cairns on Wednesday at 4am. We flew Emirates Air and had a great experience getting here. Our first flight was in an Airbus A380 which held 644 passengers on two decks. It was a beautiful new plane and we were comfortable for our first 7 hour journey to Dubai! The excitement of the plane, the flight crew, and countless English movies (Kristen) made the flight seem bearable. ...
... and second of all give it a try and look for a job. And so we did… At first we explored the main street, which basically forms the centre of P.D. (now you can imagine how small the village is) and secondly, as we were already prepared from the job search in Melbourne, we got our CVs ready and started to hand them out at a couple of places. The general response we got was rather positive but stressing the fact that we have to be a bit patient because the season was about ...
... coastline, with wildlife galore surrounding the campsite (the sound of the wild birds was ridiculously loud at times!) There were also loads of jelly fish warning signs so every time we got too hot, we had a paddle in the shallows hoping to avoid being stung! By mid afternoon we were too hot so we headed back to our campsite and made full use of the lovely cool pool shaded by the trees. We even saw a huge reptile creature about a metre ...
Other places to stay in Port Douglas
Cnr Port Street & Craven Close, Port Douglas | 3 star hostelfrom $69
111 Davidson Street, Port Douglas | Hostelfrom $22
37 Warner Street, Port Douglas | Hostelfrom $42
38 Macrossan Street, Port Douglas | Hostelfrom $14