Daintree Eco Lodge & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Anne and I are parked up in a pull-in next to Cape Tribulation at the northern edge of the Daintree tropical forest in North Queensland. We're on our own with snakes, spiders and cassowaries stalking us in the dark. It is so hot, and humid. We are both sitting here sweating trying to write our blogs. Neither is even remotely thinking of opening the door in case something is waiting for us in the dark. Every so often we switch on the engine and let the cab air con ...
oh my goodness - had quite forgotten how hot Australia can be! 35 degrees and so humid. We arrived in Port Douglas just before lunch - from Cairns airport (remembered I was last here 40 years ago ) cairns has changed but Port Douglas didn't exists as a resort back then. we have a very nice apartment with wonderful air conditioning . Had a wonderfully funny time with Mary,s Friend Maggie and meeting up with all her ...
... while foam, which was helping him hide. The guid said it looked about 1 year old and probably a female. Crocs leave the nest straight away as the mother will start to eat them after about 8 hours. Saw a few more birds on the way back, but nothing much else.
After the cruise we headed back to the cafe to get fish and chips, and most importantly a drink! Was really nice, came with a mustard mayo type sauce that was delicious. Could ...
... more than I though I would. All of the flavours were made on the site, they had all of the trees growing and you could go and look at them. We went to but the humidity was ridiculous, so we got in the car and drove passed them, as most of them along the exit road.
We headed for Crocodylus Village, which is another hostel, we wanted to book there for the next night. The reception was closed until 4:30, so we decided to just turn ...
... a Rat Kangaroo that scurried out of the rainforest to our feet. Nothing like its Red cousin: they're about the size of a cat and have a long wandering snout similar to an anteater. He stayed a while after we'd stopped throwing it pasta and bread, almost solving our lack of van front mascot problem. After brushing aside my genius christening suggestions for the van the girls decided on Helga, because shes a big girl and you can get in and out easily. Morrison, Helsing and Dam were all ...