Club Tropical Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Babysitting service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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Hey there everyone! We had an awesome time in Port Douglas with everyone, shopping, eating, drinking and playing at the water park at the caravan park!! It was then time to say goodbye to Rini and the boys and continue our travels North. We caught the ferry over to the Daintree region, such a contrast to where we have been, felt like we were worlds away from the red dust and drought ridden country side when we checked in to our caravan park full of green grass and lush ...
... Freshwater station was so named because this was the first point where the railway construction crews could obtain fresh water before heading up through the Kuranda range. Once we were all off, the bus driver went off to get us another clean bus for the rest of our tour, and he then drove up to Kuranda to meet us when the train arrived there.
. The train arrived at Freshwater station, being pulled by two locomotives (for you ...
... saw sea turtles as we paddled around Cape tribulation coastal head point-where captain cook damaged his boat on the headlands many years ago and consequently where the name comes from! All of the beaches, mountains and creeks have names to echo cooks feeling of failure at this point of his journey! Thankfully there is an island called hope that lifts the spirit. But the atmosphere of the place does not ...
Yesterday morning at sunrise before we left Riggers Rest I ran outside in my pyjamas to see the hot air balloons drifting by - what a beautiful site! A nice finish to a lovely stay! We then arrived here at the Glengarry Big 4 a few kilometres out of Port Douglas - lovely big grassy and shady sites only a few minutes drive from the village. The ...
... dry sense of humour and knew exactly where to look for the very scary reptiles! We saw 6 in totally. Three adult ones and three wee ones! It is quite a skill to spot them and Ernie was one of the best apparently, he has been doing it for 25 years!
Today has been the day of selfies! 10 in total!
Headed back to Port Douglas and had a glass of wine to debrief after the day! Having the most amazing trip ...