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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... insect repellent, including a mix of Dettol & baby oil. We did some fishing in about 3 spots. I got nibbles at the first spot but that was about it. An American lady caught a sting ray with a leopard type pattern. The old Aussie guy almost caught a fish but it got away. We had fresh mud crab for lunch & Tony caught a grunter...it was on his line when he reeled it in :) Tony, the tour operator, played some songs on the harmonica on the trip back. He remembered to give ...
... out to the Daintree national park which included a car ferry ride over the Daintree river. There was a rain forest treetop canopy walk, which showed us the many layers of the rainforest, very interesting. Cape tribulation was next, lovely beach but like all beaches up this way no swimming due to all the nasties. Being halfway there, we decided to keep going to Cooktown which was on our list, little ...
... of the world. Jungle Surfing was a highlight. We were told about Jungle Surfing by the family we met at 7am at Bitter Springs, the only other people going for a sunrise Noodle down the warm river. It was great being up in the tree canopy and a bit of adrenaline occasionally is surely good for one!? Michael's amazing fire made a rainy day more enjoyable and of course we had some banjo music and songs, just for us! It's shameful really, we have learned only 2 new songs in 7 months. Hey ...
... wat we vorig jaar ontdekt hadden, Het eten was nog steeds zo goed als ik me herinnerde. We hadden een fles bubbles gekocht op onze weg terug naar de camping.
Vandaar een late blog. Ik kwam deze groene vriend tegen op het toilet. Het is nu 1.00am en we gaan nog even slapen........zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Lot's of love/Groetjes,
Mark and Shirley,
... in the sand as we walked hand in hand down the beach. I don't know how many times I said, we really need to get going... But we ended up staying there for quite some time... Long enough that is to see another first... A topless jogger along the beach... I mean the sunshine and the water... yeah the sunshine and the water.
After popping my eyes back in my head and getting a quick jab in the gut by the misses, ...
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