Club Tropical Resort
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... Beach. We went for long walks on the beach, collecting shells. We found a swing tied to a coconut tree. We all had lots of laughs swinging on it. Even mummy and Daddy had a go. Dominic and I had a go swinging on it together.
We visited Mossman Gorge where we went over a sway bridge and waded in a waterfall pool. I felt nervous crossing on the sway bridge because I felt like it was swinging and I'd get knocked off. We walked through ...
... was a bit ruffled by the slight wind but the smaller streams we also ventured on were so still and quiet.
Crocodiles are very territorial so we were taken to known spots. We saw at least 8 all different sizes. The smallest was 2 years old and about 30cms in length. The largest was a male about 40 years old. We saw some tree snakes and a few bright butterflies but not many birds. The crocs were all sunning themselves ...
... crocodile jumping cruise was magnificent and we got to the boats first so we got to sit right behind the driver, the best seats I was told... Thanks Leanne.
This afternoon saw us settle in for a game of tennis back at the apartments and then a dip in the pool for an hour to col off.
Tonight, its cane toad racing and a few drinks back at the Iron ...
Finally a sunny day in Port Douglas
With a walk to the look out and then down the beach for a swim, the afternoon was spent by the pool with cooking steak on the BBQ for lunch.
Headed to the marina around 4ish for a drink before heading on a ...
... Further along the road the cars have stopped in both directions. To everyone's surprise there is a male cassowary with not one but two chicks. The fact that cars stopped shows how much the locals and tourists appreciate and respect the cassowaries. No body gets annoyed, no beeping of horns. Everyone knows what's happening when they stop. They are massive creatures, easily six foot with a black body and bright blue head and neck with spatterings on red and yellow. They ...