Dreamcatcher Apartments Port Douglas
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... the bone behind the ear on the same device. It has been an emotional time for us and her. But she has taken to it very well and now understands she can hear better with it on. We will need to see an Ear Nose and Throat Surgeon as soon as we can to further investigate why there is such a large break down in her hearing. We are hoping it is something we can get fixed. You will now notice the hearing device in all pics, it's pretty amazing technology. Anyway back on to ...
... ride is Kuranda, a small town that evidently survives on the tourist trade. The short main street is lined with souvenir shops, small eating establishments, Aboriginal art stores, bars, etc. each vying for its share of the tourist dollars. We wandered around, had lunch, and then headed back to where we were to meet the bus which would take us on to the second part of our tour….a gondola ride down the mountain. This ride was ...
... at Ayton.
We we enter the Wudjal Wudjal dry zone at cross the Bloomfield River
onto Cape Tribulation. We then move onto gravel road climbing up incredibly steep hills where in front of us 6 bash cars had to be towed up ( we found out later) but the beast made it with no problems. However you then had to travel down hill and over river crossing one of which with our windows down gave everyone a refreshing shower!! Crossing numerous creeks, single ...
... of time moving forward about 10 metres and sitting up to check the boat was still there and losing 5 metres in the current! The second site had a little less of a current so we found our flipper feet at this point and then had lunch.
I was was all set to give up on the last dive but Suzie Q has caught the bug and was raring to go! Final dive was the best one I think - we saw so many fish and different colours and depths of coral. We obviously didn't get ...
... bus ride out to the gorge area (as you have to park at the visitor centre and then be transported out there) - and we all enjoyed a lovely walk through the rainforest and gorge areas. A couple of courageous (or stupid...?) backpackers decided to have a swim at the waterhole - I'm sure glad we didn't, it looked absolutely freeeeeezing!
It's a bit of a struggle doing long walks with the kids at the age they are, but we manage, and ...