Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... feeding on some sort of animal, we stay in the car, as they can be really vicious, get some photos, Matt tries to get some video shot but only got a second. What a beautiful sight. Everywhere we have been up here has cassowary signs on the side of the road, but this was the first ones we got to see. I jump in the shower as I had sand from top to toe. We head to our camp restaurant for dinner for pizza then one of those calzones ...
We got back about 4pm and decided to head to the surf club for a drink wasn't much happening there, so walked to the TIN SHED ( RSL CLUB) for dinner and drinks.
Walked past the COURT HOUSE HOTEL about 7:30 which had live music playing and that's were we stayed till midnight meeting lots of different people.
Slow TODAY (THURSDAY) rain has cleared so afternoon in the sun by the ...
... know how he could have spotted it and even though he tried to point it out, not everyone on the boat could see it. When we arrived back at the loading jetty, someone was still cleaning the mud off the jetty from the flood. Saw a little frog there.
On to Daintree National Park. Had to take a little ferry - $23 for the car and us - to the Park. The trees meet overhead from one side of the road to the other. Very narrow, twisty road with ...
... the Barossa valley. A wonderful meal that we think was the best that we've had here this week.
Tonight (Saturday), we are off to the Star of Siam again and this time, we re bringing our own bottle of C******nay and paying the $1 corkage fee. We wish that we had known about this when we went previously.
Laundry is done and the bags are packed and in the morning we leave for the next leg of our terrific voyage.
... went black, the wind got up even more and it started to rain. Luckily the bridge had announced we were sailing into a squall otherwise we would never have put the clues together ;-) Curzon at 2 for a port talk on Shanghai, once more a really good presentation by Jo, very informative and helpful with our plans. It ended up a murky and damp afternoon sailing past quite a few islands of Indonesia on ...
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