Cockatoo Hill Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... way. After we got our Mcdonalds we headed of in the right direction. Needed to stop to get plates and forks as we didn’t think there would be any at the hostel. Stopped in a town called Clifton and went to a Coles supermarket. After we got the stuff we went to set off again. Stuck the GoPro to the window to do a time-lapse of the trip. Coming out of the car park I had to slow for a car, but my left foot wasn’t used to not having a job and slammed on ...
... is good but the service is bad and there's almost always a giant advertisement board for a Macca's thirty kilometres away and roadworks. There's land for sale and fruit is sold at the side of the road and marketed as happy - but there's never an attendant. We pulled in for chicken wraps and were overlooked in favour of local clientele. Service without a smile eventually came and our lunch was dropped in front of us unceremoniously. It should be said that Aussie's are usually ...
... instead of flying above it! The day included breakfast, lunch, and snorkelling with turtles, sharks and about 100 other species of fish. It was great we managed to enter the stunning under water world of Australia.
Port Douglas was also the place where Ivo got absorbed in a very Australian outdoor activity! Have a guess… some of you might already know as you most likely have seen pictures popping by on whatsapp or i-message… but indeed! FISHING is ...
This morning we treated ourselves to breaky in the camp kitchen here at the caravan park. It would have to be the best camp kitchen ever. It has two bbqs, a sink, toaster, kettle, microwave, fridge, t.v and comfy tables and chairs and then the laundry is at the other end. We had bacon and eggs and watched the news on t.v - what a treat! Then after hanging out our washing we headed for Cape Tribulation. It is a ...
... weather wise and a slower day for us. After a look at the shops we sat on the beach to have a cuppa. It was a picturesque sight with people lying in the sun, swimming and playing on the beach when suddenly the skies opened and we had to grab the umbrellas and run for cover. It was sunny again within 10 minutes. This afternoon I had a glorious swim in the pool here with the sun shining on me and the green foliage and the ...