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Up early we need to be at Port Douglas by 0800. In the end we were ten minutes later than we wanted but it was OK. Checked in to the tour office and was sent directly to the boat. We had to wait a few minutes before boarding but it gave us time to look at the vessel we were sailing on today. The vessel usually takes twenty three passengers with no children under fourteen. Today there are just eight of us, a lovely compact amount. Once aboard we were offered ...
... morning (28 August) we again had to be up and about early as we were heading off on a snorkel cruise out to the Outer Reef (Opal Reef) for the day. We checked in OK and boarded the boat (Calypso 10) all ready for our departure just before 9.00am. We had just headed out of Port Douglas harbour and were listening to the mandatory safety briefing when I decided that the Teddy Bear biscuits on offer looked good so chomped away as you do and ...
... while we were on the road however, we still needed our
winter clothes and the duvet on the bed. Mount Surprise brought out the summer
wear and the duvet got packed away at last! We even had the odd day or two of
30 deg!! However, the Atherton Tableland was cooler being that much higher but
all that meant was a cardigan in the mornings and evenings. Cooktown was pretty
hot but all along there have been surprisingly cool winds which have brought
... and yep this ends another day, I cant remember what day it is anymore!!! Tomorrow another long drive to Rockhampton – 8-9 hours in total, cant wait, excitement plus………… I am going to repost yesterdays blog because the snorkelling company took professional photos of the fish we saw and we bought the usb stick with them on it. Remember, I didn’t take these photos, that’s why they are really good hahahahaha! ...
... So rather than waste 3 hours sitting idle we head to Daintree Village and spend our $25 ferry fee at the pub. Finally some peace. What a beautiful spot. So tonight is that fish dinner I have been wanting. We head out and there are so many places I choose the $11.90 Barramundi meal at the Iron Bar which also has Cane Toad racing which costs $5 per person. I do ask where is a good place to stand. Just pick a spot any spot will do. ...
Other places to stay in Port Douglas
1-7 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