Dreamcatcher Apartments Port Douglas
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We weren’t lucky enough to see the male but he is supposedly about 5m long…
On our second day, as we were
cruising along a side road on the lookout for a cassowary – a magnificent bird
which stands nearly as tall as a man and has very colourful markings, we came
round a corner to find a young man standing in the middle of the deserted road
waving his arms for us to stop, which naturally we did. He had unwisely ...
... enjoyed a beautiful lunch, on our apartment balcony. What more could you want!!
Then I found on TV, searching over 200 channels ,the Warriors v Manly. I should not have bothered as Shaun Johnson injured his ankle so the Warriors season is now over.
We all had swim (Don said it was a bit cold for him) in the pool very refreshing. For tea tonight we strolled along to a restaurant called "Bucci" finding the prices a little steep, Don had to wait ages for his apple ...
... english from the buffet whilst thomas ran round being very excited and talking to everyone he could see about which parrot was male and which was female.
It's a really great little hands on park with 3 different "habitats". After our photo with the smelly koala (you've got to haven't you but blimey did that thing smell), we went to feed the wallabies and the kangaroos. This was great, they were all very used to humans but the set up meant they ...
... whose dream was to build a Spanish castle and pleasure grounds, set in a tropical rainforest and next to the majestic Mena Creek waterfall. The gardens were first opened in 1935, and the park continued to flourish and grow, until Jose's death in 1948 after which there was a long period of decline and neglect. Natural disasters of floods and cyclones were trying experiences over the years, most notable of these for the new owners was Cyclone Larry in 2006 and Yasi in 2011. Mark ...
... the local beach Four Mile Beach said to be one of the top ten in Australia. Then a little look at the town itself which is just a little beach resort,quite upmarket in its way. Upon our return we nipped into the bottle shop for a bottle of white wine (8$)to enjoy on our terrace with a big bag of crisps that cost nearly as much as the wine. We had dinner in a local pub where we had the joy of watching a Cane Toad race followed by a karaoke ...