Cow Bay Hotel
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... did two big walks along the beach and also up to Mason's Swimming hole across the road at the fresh water creek, very safe swimming hole and quite brisk but at 9.30 in the morning it was still 27degrees...
Two nights here gave us time to unwind and enjoy the surrounding beach, coconuts here by the hundreds too.
We have been living in a car the last few days so with no internet I haven't been able to do a blog so I'll put one for each day separately. On Thursday we had breakfast at our hostel (free toast and cereal) and walked to pick up our hire car from avis in Cairns centre. Our first stop was Port Douglas, a small seaside town. The road there was amazing, it was even nicer than the Great Ocean Road winding aling the coast and we had to stop along the way to ...
... limit of 48 hours. A prime position on the front row of this small area in front of pristine parkland with BBQ's and shelters and on the beach, with the Rollingstone Creek entrance just 100 mtrs away... what more could one ask for. A takeaway shop with basic necessities, sunny skies, warm weather and good company.. it had the lot. This is where we met up with Andrew n Margaret and Rob n Emma Campbell from Mooroopna and Shepparton. The rangers made a visit to the free camp ...
... they are licensed to have permanently at the Agincourt reef and the catamaran docks to this upon arrival from Port Douglas. Everything is geared towards sustainable ecotourism. As we sped along to the docking station, some of us elected to do 'Oceanwalker Helmet Walking' upon arrival at the platform - they suit you up and put on a large plastic diving helmet (with oxygen) - you walk down 4.5 meters to a viewing platform and you get to see the ...
... and has received a lot of very positive reviews. We set of with probably 45 or so people aboard it was a bit cramped, taking into account the slightly lumpy conditions. I gather it is licensed for 60, so I can't imagine how that would have gone. There were 15 divers of various levels of experience and we were split into 2 groups, and it initially appeared that they were sensibly split into more and less experienced. Then there were ...