Daintree Eco Lodge & Spa
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We were up and in the bus.
We drove north through the lush areas. Maree told us that, in the past (when the stayed up in the areas we went through), tour groups had been stuck because of the roads being unpassable.
The areas were quite amazing especially when only a few days before, we were in the middle of the desert. Now, the areas were lush and green.
We stopped in the Daintree ...
... blended together as each one was 10, 20, or even 30 minutes. I do remember stopping at Cape Tribulation. I wonder if it is called that because so many sailors including Capt. Cook had difficulty sailing in the area.
We then stopped, once again, for a barbecue cooked by our driver, Mark. Fortunately, a vegetarian option was available for me. It was odd since three of the Germans were also vegetarians, that meant one third of our group were ...
... exits and had an extra seat next to us!! When you fly with so many budget airlines you learn some tricks of the trade. I read a whole book on the journey so it's a good job I have got another one and then we landed. Thankfully I had booked the transfer and the guy eventually picked us up not before we have eaten all the boiled eggs. When we arrived we were moderately impressed with the hostel even though the receptionist was a bit strange. We dumped our bags and ...
We skirted around Cairns, so not to enter the city, on the Captain Cook Highway a much better road than the Bruce. This road is windy but very beautiful with lovely bays all along the drive. Ellis bay is a good one to visit. Four Mile Beach is lovely and we could see it when we approached Port Douglas.
We stayed in a lovely camp called Pandamus Tourist Park for 3 nights. The park is run by a lovely Kiwi guy and his Australian wife. He even shared his views ...
First time in a long, I'm back on my own, #all by myself, don't want to be all by myself#
Only 15 days left, this is my light at the end of the tunnel and I can finally feel the warmth of freedom.
From my time here, I have seen 9 people leave and move on with their travels. Some sticking round Oz and the others flying back home, With all the goodbyes there will only be a few that I'll truly miss, however, till we speak with each other again I'm back on my own, drinking ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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