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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... on the way. One was a warning of Cassowary crossing the road and the other was a warning for the speed bumps. Someone had written Before and after on them.
Headed back to the hostel. Had showers and went to make tea. Had a wander down to the beach in the pitch black. Was quite cool, there were loads of stars out. Headed back to the room and watched some tv. Had an early-ish night. Something had bitten my foot right where my flip flop rubs so it was ...
... even blowing a hole through the Great Barrier Reef to get minerals out to China - just agreed by the government here despite the G20 stuff in Brisbane this week about looking after the planet - all bollocks obviously.
They also have lots of bity things and stingy things - top 10 most deadly are:
Box jelly fish, taipan, salties crocs, blue ring octopus, stonefish, red back spider, brown snake, tiger snake, funnel web spider and last but ...
... Cape tribulation is part of the Daintree national park so we stayed the night in Daintree village and went crocodile spotting up the Daintree river.They are fairly easy to spot. We were told that if you fell In the most dangerous thing would be the packs of bull sharks that would rip you apart. Nice cruise up a really nice tranquil river though just like the Dee in ...
... etc. I found park right down end of street but then couldn't get hold of Jill so drove back again. All the while this was a cruisy beachside street with people stopping for photos, strolling across the road with kids and dogs etc. I found Jill, pulled over completely out of the way, and explained I found a park down the other end. She then told me about CL growling at her. Nec Minute, C.L comes up to my window and starts having a go saying same thing "the world ...
... find all sorts of neat treasures. We got some all natural fruit sorbet, then headed back to the resort to clean up before dinner. We rented bicycles, and rode through the darkness to the restaurant. We also saw the bats again, and it was just so neat! As we were a bit early for our reservations, we stopped at Rattle n Hum, the first restaurant we ate at in Port Douglas, to get a drink. I had a pint (vs a schooner) of an Aussie pale ale, which was very light and ...
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