BEST WESTERN Lazy Lizard Motor Inn
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Today we arrived in Port Douglas, 42 miles north of Cairns, via the coastal road surrounded by forest and the Coral Sea. The city is home to two World Heritage jewels, the Great Barrier Reef and The Daintree Rainforest. Here the lush rain forest runs all the way down to the sea. Captain Cook first saw this magnificent area in 1770. One hundred years later, gold was discovered and the first settlement was established ...
... all the Europeans we met at the hostel were ********s. We ended up getting shoved out of the way when trying to get on the shuttle bus, despite the fact we'd been first. This left no room and the driver wouldn't take us. To add insult to injury, we went out the front to get another cab. We hailed one, and just as we'd walked over, he drove off. Yep. That's a thing. Jerks. All before 11am. We ended up getting a nice cabby who drove us into ...
... new hobby at the moment and I have to agree, fishing here near the GBR is quite an exciting and fun activity considering the massive variety of fish. One day Dan, an engineer from Sheraton Hotel took Ivo out on a fishing boat for a day of fishing at the reef. Together with a friend of Dan the three of them started very early in the morning and spent the day on the boat. Have a look at the pictures and they will tell you the story of how successful that day was. Ivo came back ...
... playlist during out time on board. Just before we arrive back on land, one of the crew shows us some card tricks which all turn out to be mind-baffling-ly good and we're all impressed and think he could be in the wrong job.
It's a great day out with Alec and we all grab fish'n'chips before we say our goodbyes. (I'm sure well meet up again!)
Suitably exhausted after a long day out we sleep our last nights sleep at A villa Gail and have ourselves a well-deserved lie-in.
... the menu was diverse and the portions were massive. Apparently is it too difficult to substitute salad for steamed veg though but the meals were delicious. It was Shrimp Sophie as she had a biz of prawns taking her total prawn consumption for the day into the thirties, probably still not as many as we ate when we were in Barcelona getting garlic poisoning from Jill and her garlic watermelon. Then we came home as we were swaying worse than Carlos Santana on a ...