Dreamcatcher Apartments Port Douglas
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... into an exploration of the Barrier Reef once more - well it would be extremely rude not to! That is if we survive crocodiles, to be found in the creek across the road from the motel, the mossies carrying Dengue fever and a host of other tropical diseases not known to man or electric ants, (whatever they are) - I just love this country!! Don't worry anyone - I sure we will be just fine - we have our bug spray and we are going no where near that ...
... do, looking for prey. I spent the next 5 minutes following him around the reef but I had to constantly swim at quite a pace to keep up with him. Luckily I had flippers on to power myself through the water. After 5 minutes he had tired me out. I later learned that Ness actually jumped back in the water to try and see the shark but I had already disappeared out of sight which was a shame. I was in awe ...
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Named by James Cook, after his ship ran aground, on a reef now called Endeavor - and sunk, Cape tribulation is a collection of wetland national parks with world heritage status. Eight meters of rain fell in 2010 and there's a growing collection of hostels and Eco lodges accommodating those visiting the the reef, the wildlife and the pristine beaches.
The Daintree car ferry runs as its needed and had none of the Thai safety comparisons. It's $24 (£13) ...
The past couple of days have involved some interesting encounters with animals, beginning with a Cane Toad race at a local bar last night. At 8pm every evening, the Iron Bar in Port Douglas hosts a Cane Toad race, where visitors are each allocated a ticket number upon arrival and then six numbers are picked at random, each representing a toad. The idea is then for each chosen guest to try and make ...
... our little tent. As a lot of people here have already left it is also our time to pack even the last bits and pieces and leave this beautiful paradise behind. Our next trip will bring us via the outback all the way to Port Lincoln, Perth and up the west coast ending at Darwin. Both of us are excited about the upcoming weeks and of course you will be able to read about our new adventures in the next update! Until then, all the best and don’t do anything we wouldn’t do ok? Cheers! ...