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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... to Port Douglas. A beautiful drive, even more beautiful than the popular Great Ocean Road (at least according to our opinion) enabled us to enjoy the wet tropics, the rainforest and sugar fields to our left and the rough ocean to our right. At this part of Australia’s coastline it is recommended not to swim in the sea when there are no nets or lifeguards who mark the swimming area, due to stingers, sharks but also saltwater crocodiles. That sounds pretty inviting, ...
... of joggers for the first time in 15 years) and got the bus to Watson's bay. We had cleverly already packed a picnic to have on the beach as the sun was setting and it was a lovely evening. We also finally cracked open the wine we bought in the Hunter Valley on Rania's birthday! It was a good as we remembered. After it went dark and Sophie had spoken to Kate we got the bus back and walked to Surrey hills to share with Sophie and Alex the wonder that is Messina. They ...
... and Gil. This night has no magic in the air and there is nothing special. It’s just good for my body and soul to get out and see more than the zoo.
My time here has seen me move mountains, dig canyons and cut down whole forests, or so it would feel. From the day to day work it feels strange to think about leaving. My blood and sweat have stained the earth and every emotion I have felt. Wanting to quite on numerous occasions I kept strong by knowing my reward would ...
... so sea sickness tablets were a must. After an enjoyable 1 hour ride we arrived at the world renowned, 'The Great Barrier Reef'. We thoroughly enjoyed snorkelling around three exclusive Agincourt reef sites, spending over five hours at the reef. God's amazing underworld creation! It was a truely magnificent sight, neither of us could believe our eyes a dream come true ...
Our time at Bloomfield has finaly come to an end after 9 weeks. Glenn build Tony and Caroline a shed and i worked at Hayleys were i meet a great lady Fiona. We had some adventures while staying here some good and some not so good. Had a fantastic Christmas day with Gavin and Kerri and Tony and Caroline. Watched a sunbird start ...
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