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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... into the wharf to hopefully see George the 70 year old Groper being fed at one of the local restaurants but he didn't want to make an appearance tonight so might try again tomorrow. Went to the Surf club for a magnificent dinner, salmon, soft crabs and local fish need I say more, delicious.
Didn't make it to Mossman Gorge, too wet, might try ...
Packing up late we finally headed off to Cape York via the Bloomfield Track. The Bloomfield is a recommended 4WD track but is also partially bitumen. Steep inclines, overgrown tropical roadsides, multiple creek crossings and beautiful mangrove beaches accompanied us all the way. We had one car ferry crossing ...
... going to and from the Great Barrier Reef and a lovely setting to watch the sun go down in the evening.
Then it was steak on the bbq for dinner, perhaps fish will be on the menu before too long.
To be continued....
Ik begon de dag met het aansluiten van de zonnepanelen zodat we onze batterijen vol houden. Daarna gingen we richting bakkerij en maakte thuis een lekker ontbijt.
We besloten dat we nog wat meer vis ervaring moesten op doen met ...
... yet again it had an affect on our plans after having received the final confirmation. As mentioned in the beginning, it’s always nice to have plans but especially when travelling a plan is there to be changed at certain times. With some people it happens more or less often, with us it occurred quite a few times already but then again that’s what makes our life here even more exciting! Well, to make a long story short, Ivo also decided in this particular period that he ...
... days. The cycle ride was lovely and very picturesque, through autumnal trees and following the river. We stopped in a little beach bay where Pappa keech decided it was time to go all arty ***** andy goldsworthy styley. He asked each of us to start collecting up the yellow leaves that had fallen off the trees and then like monkeys start to poke a little hole in the end of one and poke another leaf through it so that they started to all join together. He was aiming to string all of ...
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