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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... and headed back.
Got back to the hostel and went and made food, found our crumpets were mouldy! The ones we'd just bought... Had spaghetti and sausage on toast instead. Though the Sausages were dry.. and they came from a Heinz tin!
Went back to the room and it started raining, waited outside for a bit waiting for it to stop so I could go in the pool, but it didn't stop for long. Went back in ...
... of the damage hang on the walls. It almost made Emma want to get married in a church. We walked around the park, watching the grey and red parrots in the trees and fish in the river before getting back on the road.
We parked the van in Gecko Backpackers sunbathing area back in Cairns, aware that our newly reconnected waste pipe emptied out of the bottom of the van. Julia has missed out on last weeks barbecue so we headed over to Tropic Days who were hosting sixty guests. ...
... device and listen to the appropriate information about the particular thing. The also have a big tower thing that takes you up into the Canopy of the rainforest which was pretty interesting. We finished exploring the Cape about 4pm and caught the ferry back across the Daintree River and went and had a quick look at the village of Daintree before starting the trip back to the farm. We stopped at Mareeba at the pub for dinner and arrived back at the farm at about ...
... hung out here while Naomi went up the Canopy Tower. This tower had about 4 different levels so you could see the rainforest canopy from different heights. Very interesting. The next stop was the Alexander lookout which provided great vies of the Daintree River meeting the Pacific Ocean. It was also possible to see some of the closer areas of the Great Barrier Reef eg the Low Isles. We then crossed back across the river on the ferry and detoured to see Daintree village. ...
... we genoten van een heerlijke bbq.
Het leek de hele dag erop dat het ging regen maar de regen bleef uit. We zagen wel regen gordijnen hangen in het regenwoud.
Daarna gingen we wandelen naar de vuurtoren en het uitkijk punt. In de namiddag was het afbreken en alles in orde maken voor het vertrek van morgen.
Lot's of love/Groetjes,
Mark and Shirley.
Other places to stay in Port Douglas
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38 Macrossan Street, Port Douglas | Hostelfrom $14