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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... for some crocs – we hired a small pontoon boat and made our way through the mangroves for 2 hours in search of Steve Irwin’s old friends. We were exceptionally lucky to spot a small (likely female) croc sliding in to the water, given that they are very well camouflaged, usually hunt at night and can remain under water for many hours at a time we thought that would be our lot. However, on our return to base we spotted a MASSIVE male croc (or ...
Beach walk up the file mile beach. Stopped at the famous Sheraton hotel with a crystal blue swimming pool surrounding the whole hotel complex. Carried on our walk Along the beach, came across millions of small sand balls made by small little crabs. Eventually came to a pub, stopped for a couple of drinks. Caught the bus back into town. Walked up to the lookout, a long sweaty walk. For a lookout that had been tarnished by new houses. The lookout was over ...
Today was the first of two "sea" days where we had nothing planned other than relax at the resort. Each day we find that this enormous complex gets even bigger as we discover more elements of it. We would never want to be here when filled to capacity as there are so many rooms.
The grounds are quite similar to the Occidental Xcaret at which we have stayed twice in the Mexican Riveria. Lavish tropical ...
... fresh cuts, there are no hooves to hold, Brad remarks that one of us will have to almost hig the boody to pick it up, where I surgest we use bin bags and roll him up, but it is Gil that uses his knowlegde and with no charm tell us how too. One guy holding the ears the other by the tail, I am the unlucky as I get the tail and as I pull the bloated body towards the wornout mini-van, a smell erupts, a distinct and putird, a odour of decay, so strong that a taste follows. I believe ...
We drove back to Port Douglas from Cape Trib (weather still hot and sunny because of the cyclone south of here) on Saturday. We stopped off at Mossman Gorge, a traditional Aborigine area that's now part of Daintree national park. A short shuttle bus later we arrived at the gorge, clear water with huge boulders surrounded by the trees of the rainforest. It sort of reminded me of swimming in some of the tarns in the Lake District, but ...
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