Freestyle Resort Port Douglas
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Yesterday we set off early and headed north to go crocodile watching on the Daintree River. We chose a small family firm for our 9.30am sailing and were not disappointed as there was only us on board! We were obviously a talking point for others on boats crammed with 50 or 60 people.
Our guide was the owners son ( in his 20's) and he knew lots about crocs but some history of the river would have been good. The river is ...
... campsite we were lucky to be at the back not on the beach front because during the night the bats would eat the nuts in the trees and drop them on top of the cars and caravans and make an almighty noise.
Monday morning we all went for a walk along the beach front at Wonga, making sure we didn't go close to the water (crocs), Emily found a huge man made swing which could fit three kids on it. On the ...
... on the floor to make one giant bed, we turn the lights off, shut the blinds, position Billy's laptop and start a movie marathon.
16.00-16.30 post film nap.
16.30-17.00 start another film. I have to shower and get ready for work. Movie marathon continues without me.
And there we have it kids!! The life of a ...
... we saw any though - probably just trees by the riverbanks. Felt very safe though! All packed and ready to go now - a great last day dinner at Chiantii's on Trinity Beach. We have decided to get up early and do one swimming in the sea within the stinger net tomorrow morning, before we head over to the airport - lets see what we actually do when we are ...
... and plants, as well as a few birds and a gigantic spider. No snakes though despite trying to find one.
After an hour more on the bus we came to the Daintree river, which is the southern border to the national park, and can only be crossed by a chain ferry. North of the river is thick rainforest right to the coast and no electricity or water supplies are connected, so everywhere needs to run generators and filter their own water. We arrived ...