Dreamcatcher Apartments Port Douglas
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... night here. The kids had a good play in the playground in the afternoon before we made dinner, had our showers and went to bed. The next morning we booked a camp ground up on Cape Tribulation where we knew they could accommodate caravans, packed up our gear and hit the road. We never realised until we started doing our research in Port Douglas that you actually have to take your rig on a ferry over the Daintree River to get up to Cape Tribulation. It's not expensive - ...
... but when I went back only a short time later to takes some photos, it had clouded over and those big spots of rain were descending once again. Mind you getting wet is not a problem with the temp 27deg today.
I had a call today from David (Hai as we knew him) he said that he really wants to take Peter and me with him to Vietnam sometime. It is great now that contact has been made that he wants to keep in touch.
... group and jumped back. She had come face to face with a black snake. They looked each other in the face and both turned and ran away. We then waited and played the game of who was going to walk past first... I drew the short straw after saying it should be Zoe as she was the slowest and we could all run if it came at her... Hey its survival of the fittest! So me, armed with my extended tripod, whacked the bushes in an ...
Had quite day on Tuesday as was raining all day.
Went to the reef on Wednesday, was a smaller boat with only 24 people and 4 staff so had plenty room. Was rough and raining on the way out.
We went to three swimming sites and they were all amazing, didn't take us long to get the handle of the snorkel and we were off, We had underwater camera at one site so can't wait to be able to get those ...
... late friend; Mr Irwin would say “what a beaut”), he was at least 4-metres long and his head could have engulfed Zoe’s with one attempt. Very happy with our sightings we finished the day by sampling the local delicacies at a nearby bar: a platter of Kangaroo, Emu and CROCODILE! Mmmmm, tasty! We had an early start the next day, with an exciting trip to the Daintree National Park. We arranged a guided tour with an Ozzy chap called Mick (whom ...