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... but it will etched on our memories for years to come.
The journey back was wilder than the journey out but by then we were shattered and (surprise) I slept most of the at back! A fantastic day was had by both of us.
Now into the important stuff - we have just an a OH MY WORD meal! It was to die for! Especially the pudding! Edna - we took a photo for you - you would have been in heaven! However , being the perfect daughter I took one for ...
Up at 5am to get ready for our 6.45am pickup. Our 4WD Billy Tea Tours vehicle is right on time and as we are the first pickup we get the front seat. Cathy is our driver who tells us she grew up on a property on the Bloomfield Track and has a heavy rigid licence which has taken her all over the world for work. She is working for herself and is used by all the tour companies when they have work, a really nice woman we find as the tour progresses. Out ...
... and then there was a lot more noise for the next few hours as all the drunken revellers made their way home. This morning we travelled from Cooktown 270 kms to Port Douglas. Our trip took us back through Lakeland to Mount Molloy and then onto the Cairns road. While we do not like booking ahead, because of the long weekend we had booked into the Big 4 park. It is a ...
- Packed up and headed for the Daintree. Had one more swim in the pool before we left because it's really hot.
- Stopped at Smithfield to get meat and groceries before we head on to the Old Telegraph Track.
- Stopped at Port Douglas for lunch. The water on the drive here was beautiful and blue. Shame you can't go in because of the crocodiles!The sign at ...
... comfort food pasta, again, for us. It is the end of 3 days of long tours and we loved every one of them. P.S.: When a pub tells you that they are not licenced for takeaway....get creative...order anyway, sit at a table, and when your 2 orders of garlic bread are ready....pick it up, take it to your table, stabilize it with coasters underneath, wrap it in lots of napkins, and leave. Goes good with pasta. P.P.S.: The above IS a Cock & Bull (pub) ...
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