Dreamcatcher Apartments Port Douglas
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... The Daintree Rainforest and Great Barrier Reef.
On Saturday, we started the day walking through the oldest rainforest in the world, The Daintree. We learnt so much about how the rainforest contributes the ecosystem and were impressed by how much Australians know about trees and living species, especially the fact the locals really appreciate the importance of the rainforest and ensure it is looked after. Walking amongst tall trees creating ...
... birds and kangaroos were very friendly and used to visitors so the kids could get a close look and hand feed them. The best part was, given that it was grand final day, the park was almost completely empty, which gave the boys the opportunity to run, explore and be loud without upsetting anyone! Later we met back up with Gav and had dinner at the Port Douglas Surf Club. The food was amazing and very different ...
Short drive to mount gorge for a walk around the aintree rainforest, a play in the gorge.. Not for me though as I wasn't risking the pirhana teeth! After lunch and seeing the biggest spider ever, we drove to Daintree where we jumped on board a crocodile cruise and saw 4 big estuary crocs sunbathing on the edge of the river! Barrel and hum for tea- yummy pizzas! Late night of card games and ...
... walking track, Mark took a very refreshing dip in the crystal clear waters at the main swimming hole - he felt rejuvenated from the "healing" waters!!! We then enjoyed coffee / juice in the swanky new visitor centre - the cakes all looked amazing so Mark indulged in the Mississippi Mud Pie!
After lunch back at the site we headed off to do some more fishing. I got 2 decent sized fish - a bream and a trevally and Mark finished the afternoon with a flounder. ...
... our trip!
The lovely firemen informed us that the only thing we could do was wait for the tank to empty and so we did, a mere 45 minutes went by and the tank was finally clear. Luckily we had managed to secure about 20 litres of diesel, collecting it with a couple of Tupperware buckets, the rest was gone and lost forever. The next shock hit us as soon as the guy towing us away kindly informed us that he was the one and only mechanic in the next village. Besides him ...