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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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The accommodation was cheap so not the best quality but for what i had planned i didn't need a flash hotel. the apartment was equipped with everything I needed.
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Tälta bland stora ödlor och spindlar, laga mat på gasolkök, dricka Goon ( Australienskt vin) köra jeep runt om på världens största sand ö,bland regnskog och terräng, badat i olika sjöar och floder, umgås med 28 olika personer ifrån olika länder och använda ficklampa för att gå på toaletten, äta tonfiskwraps till i lunch i dagarna tre, rostad macka …
We had a lovely catch up with Ken and Mel in Port Douglas. It was great to spend some time with them and hear all the Sydney news.
We had 3 nights in Babinda RV camp, a freebe area set aside to encourage travelers to stop in Babinda and support the local shops. The Babinda Boulders were very scenic but as March Flies were attacking Kennie we didn't stay there very long.
We had 2 nights at Rocky Point, Brampston and 2 nights in ...
... day. We set off to Lennox head and Lake Ainsworth stopping at a beautiful vantage point en route to take a look at the coastline and cliff tops. We parked up near the lake and had a walk and explore with the ducks and some killer bottom biting ants - yauch! My **** honestly felt like it had been injected with fire! It was so painful - I sat on a load of them by the lake and quickly realised my mahoosive error! Anyway, the lake was lovely; it is an amazing deep red ...
... turtles ahead of us bobbing there little heads above the water and then under again, something big flipped in the water when we were anchored but couldn't make out what it was. Bernard took the dinghy to shore today and snorkelled around nearer the cove, said the coral and fish were beautiful. Two seaplanes flew in and some tourists (must have been loaded) stayed on the beach for a couple of hours ...
... onboard boat. Anyway, he calmed eventually and the last half an hour or so of the journey was a delight again. We then hopped off the boat and walked along the marina, stopping to play on various little play areas with slides and climbing frames. Port Douglas was enchanting, a sleepy beautiful holiday destination and one we are both keen to come back to. We saw a lovely couple (probably in their 70's) sat on a bench holding hands and looking out to sea and we promised ...