Dreamcatcher Apartments Port Douglas
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... traveller and between an axe and the winch the job got done. A little further on, we see a cassowary. A good morning all up.
We set up; we get into our togs and charge to the gorgeous
Port Douglas beach…. which has a wicked on-shore blowing! The waves are choppy, the water is brown, we are getting sand blasted and the enthusiasm bubble is deflating. Undeterred, Gem and El hit the ...
... stuff he could see. Once Rosie had got over the mask and snorkel, she was like a fish to water. Unfortunately Felix had run out of steam at this point, grandad was now in the water looking after Dylan so I got Felix out , stripped him off and left him on the beach searching for ' interesting stuff' much against my better judgment before returning to Rosie who was now alone in the water and worrying a ...
Woke at 6.30 and headed to the Daintree pier where we attempted to fish. Guess what? No luck. So we headed towards Cairns, but first we went past an old place that I and a good mate stayed at when we were 18. Few photos then on our way to Port Douglas. Quick look around the port and a few photos. I will head back on Sunday morning to grab my carved cocoanut which I have wanted for years. We are staying at a good friends place now. Dave and ...
... of the van did you realise how perfect this view was out over the cane fields with the mountains at the back, and the fact that we had no road noise. Just don't ask what the walk to the loo was like... While at the marina earlier we overheard a captain telling his passengers that Port Douglas was to experience the once a year king low tide at 2pm, something not to miss. What happened to the pretty beaches? Gone. The water had ...
... senses. On one of the jumps, I hit it a little too hard (forgetting again that i had 40kg of luggage on the back) and bottomed out the suspension, loosing 1/2 the bashplate in the process :( I reattached the bashplate with zip ties and continued on. The dirt road spat us out near port Douglas and we called it quits for the day and found a hotel with a spa and pool and spent the rest of the day relaxing and drinking cloudy apple smirdolf ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking