Freestyle Resort Port Douglas
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... season but no rain to be seen! Mike swam in the water hole, strong currents flow.We did the circular short route as it was so hot. Stopping at various lookouts along the way. We followed the river as it ran along.. Across the Rex Creek suspension bridge to see Manjal Dimbi Mount Dimbi. In the rainforest it amazed us to see fern growing into other trees, and other trees weaving around ...
... on over unmade bumpy roads until we got to a rock pool in the forest where the brave ones went for. a swim . Strangely ,some yards away ,you couldn't swim for danger of crocodiles. I wonder if crocodiles can read the signs ? On again heading home ,via a vast sandy beach of the most fine golden sand and an ice cream farm where all the ingredients are sourced from the trees on the site .Strange but delicious ! Home about 5.45 pm ...A long day ...
... which were stunning. We visited the Daintree Icecream Company that was recommended by one of our friends traveling Australia also and so glad we called in. Home made icecream that they make from all the fruit they grow right there on their farm from bananas and coconuts to wattle seed and soursop! Wattle seed was my favourite, with a coffee flavour to it! We stayed at the Cape Trib Beach House for 2 nights enjoying the serenity before heading back down to Cairns once ...
... so I will never be eating them except when I return to Australia. The best one was soft and orange and tasted like a mildly sweet cross between an avocado and a pumpkin.
On a side note and a funny incident. One of the gals from Australia kept saying "Ooh this is lovely!" every time she took a sip of the tea. I kept thinking of Katharine Hepburn in The African Queen.
There were several stops with chances to walk around or use the bathroom. ...
... to Port Douglas. A beautiful drive, even more beautiful than the popular Great Ocean Road (at least according to our opinion) enabled us to enjoy the wet tropics, the rainforest and sugar fields to our left and the rough ocean to our right. At this part of Australia’s coastline it is recommended not to swim in the sea when there are no nets or lifeguards who mark the swimming area, due to stingers, sharks but also saltwater crocodiles. That sounds pretty inviting, ...