BEST WESTERN Lazy Lizard Motor Inn
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... Pacific Highway north from Sydney. Port Douglas was (another) lovely coastal town but due to lack of availability we were forced to spent the night in the carpark of an actual hostel. We like to thing of ourselves as open minded people, except we don't have anytime for people with dreadlocks, extended travellers who don't wash and hippies with a guitar. Get us back to our campsites with all the older ...
... out a guitar and there was a sing a long which was a great way to distract us from the rolling and lurching. Once the singing was over it was good to be able to enjoy the majesty of those waves. Some people were brave enough to walk around but not us!!
Yesterday was the hottest day yet at 28deg but of course the wind made it feel less.
We are so pleased that we went on this trip. Previously we had only seen the huge boat ...
... Tree kangaroo which I was glad to see because I had being wanting to see it for ages. I was really excited because he walked and jumped on the tree branches while I was there. The tree kangaroo is different to a normal kangaroo in so many different ways because it hops in the trees rather than on the ground.
Facts on tree kangaroos:
1 they can put one foot in front of the other to walk, but can also hop
... been doing since is googling travel details ( with very bad wifi) We are safely settled at the sea temple at Palm cove ..waiting for our day spa appointment with a glass of champers and a beautiful lunch. Loving the ironman 70.3 event! So my darling husband is competing in the world championships in Mont tremblant Quebec in early September ... Who would have thought. Such an adventure. Will keep you ...
... is about 150million years old, the amazon is about 6million! Before we even set off there is a spider about palm sized maybe a little bigger hanging from the ceiling. This is a youngster, she mates then eats the male. Novel idea. We head into the forest, the guide, Skip/Robert (English name)/ Youngenda (name), goes through a smoking ritual with us. This consists of a small fire with a corrugated roof, you are suppose to revolve in the smoke and it removed any ...