Port Douglas Beachfront Terrace
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Wednesday 23rd Sept was supposed to be an early start to Port Douglas and the Daintree National Park but we ended up having such a bad night’s sleep. Believe it or not we were getting cold, but just before we went to bed Mike decided we don’t need our duvet on the bed anymore in this humid climate and we should just sleep with a sheet. By 3 am we were both freezing and had to get up and retrieve the duvet from ...
... and started passing banana crops and fields of sugar cane. We were still quite high in the mountains and the coast was not far away so sure enough the road descended quickly with hairpin bends and switchbacks. At one lookout we spotted the coast for the first time and the girls already had plans for the beach.
After checking in the three ladies decided they all needed new swimmers. We did ...
... the river spots we did the main walk which is a bit less than 3 kilometres. Really enjoyable. The rain forest is wonderful & we loved it. We had left Honey in the van for over 4 hours so had to get back to her. We had eaten our lunch on rocks in the river about halfway through the walk which was very pleasant. Before departing for the gorge I had bought a Mossman shirt from the info centre as a souvenir which they had kept for us to collect on our way back. Another ...
24 July. Arrived in Cairns at 12-50 on a nice sunny day. No trouble at airport, picked up a Toyota Camry and drove to Coles supermarket for some provisions. Arrived in Port Douglas around 3-50 pm checked into Driftwood Mantaray apartment #7. Walked along the beach then the length of Macrossan St, stopping at the "Iron Bar" for a cold beer and shared 2 buckets of prawns cost $16 a bucket, then walked back, home at 5-45. Drove down Macrossan St to dinner at the Mango Jam where we ...
... is painted with the Aboriginal Dreamtime story of how the python made all the gorges around Cairns. We are in carriage number 5 which has long bench seats facing each other with an aisle down the left side. We all have tickets in the same eight seats and are squeezed in like sardines. We take the opportunity to spread out once the train is in motion but the guard comes through and tells us that the rest of the passengers will be boarding ...