Freestyle Resort Port Douglas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Heated pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... got the diving bug now! Unfortunately, for the second time, my flippers have caused blisters on my feet. This time all across the tops of my toes. I'm starting to think it's my feet because I have the same problems with ski boots! Back on the boat we look through our photos and the red lens really has done the trick. We feel so sorry for the French couple because they did not have a red lens so there pictures look very green and boring compared to ours. ...
... down on to the various parts of the reef on an absolutely fantastic day. Best day they have had for a couple of months and right between two cyclones which have just hit land. We finished our flight to immediately take a semi-sub trip of about 25 minutes which is very interesting.The boat has glass windows along each side and a marine biologist to give a commentary on what we were seeing - shoals of multi-coloured fish, fantastically shaped corals, and even ...
... the river doing what they do during mating season. We did manage to see two little baby crocs and then at the very end...a gigantic male croc surfaced briefly to fish and all you saw were a bunch of bubbles and a little bit of the top of his body. But it was very quick and unless you were paying attention you missed it. Even the guide said that it had been a good month since he'd seen a "big one" and so just to catch a quick glimpse was a lucky thing. ...
Had a nice lie in, had breakfast done some washing and then went to book our excursions booked before the office closed at 1. Me and Micky went for a walk along the beach until Ben and Hayley finished work. We saw an interesting sign ( in photos) We had a coffee and coke in one of the restaurants and then came back to Blue Lagoon. Karen and Paul ...
For the unseasoned reef visitor, preparing your little day bag is also, undeniably, an internal process as you mentally prepare for any number of potentially traumatic encounters. The first thing to contend with is the infamous box jellyfish which floods Australia's northern coastlines each year from October to April; thus I would be arriving right in its heartily deadly peak.
The day before my trip, my roommate told me about a Spanish man being airlifted off the ...