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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... also surrounded by the oldest rainforest in the world - the Daintree Rain forest. If you're want more info on it - then google: Daintree Rain Forest. We spent the majority of the day on Wednesday in a really, really, really small town called Cape Tribulation and did a bunch of stuff in the Daintree! We met the tour at the Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary in Port Douglas and spent about two hours walking around and checking out the animals. It was ...
... and as Hayley said ' they had dived the Great Barrier Reef' I came and saw sod all!! This was apparently down to high tide. After lunch we all snorkelled we went out with Zac our guide. We had moved to another part of the reef so fingers crossed. This time was great the coral was amazing and the fish were all so colourful, an experience never to be missed. Micky hired an underwater camera so he has all the pictures and one of him and Hayley with a fish the crew ...
The Great Barrier Reef was no doubt one of our most anticipated sites in Aussie along with the Whitsundays, Opera house in Sydney, Daintree Rainforest, Agnes Water/Town of 1770, Fraser Island, the Great Ocean Road and the 12 Apostles... Ok well perhaps there are a lot, but certainly within our top 3 Australian destinations. We left Prague on Sunday afternoon and endured a gruelling 15,000+km of continuous ...
... is not intent on arriving" (remember the picture of this saying when we had to check in at the hostel in Apollo Bay because the van had a leakage? Probably not but we do ;-)).
Anyways, as nightfall emerged we entered P.D. and had no idea where we were going to spend the night. As our 'free camp’ app could not help us out we decided to turn to a more traditional method and started talking to Steve a guy working for a tourist office in town. We explained ...
... of the campsite and decided to park up in a car park down the road a bit in order to save money and camp for free. There were signs everywhere saying you couldn't camp in any of the car parks overnight but we decided to risk it knowing that people don't often get caught and pitched up in a dark corner near some toilets. As night fell, it really did get pitch black and we could hear rats scuttling about near us. It was our first night ...