Latitude 16 Mowbray by the Sea
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- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... only two brave enough to take a dip, Thomas jumping off the rocks into the seriously cold water. A stunning area.
The day had, quite simply been a one off never to forget. Although we were shattered we walked down to the nearest restaurant serving wood fired pizza. We bumped into a couple (sunderland fans) that we had seen previously both on the low isles trip and in a bar, so we sat with them for an enjoyable dinner. Brilliant.
... very important for the health of the rainforest as they are the only creature that can spread the seeds of some rainforest trees to different parts of the forest (this do this by eating the fruit and then pooping it out).
Jennifer- 3 weeks in Port Douglas flew by. After moving every 2-5 days throughout our six months I thought our last stop may have us getting a little antsy by remaining in one spot for so long…. It was not problem at all and in fact we ...
... nice swimming pool and common area, everything we need for a wonderful stay! Celebrated with a long walk on Four-Mile Beach (we can't get over how many beautiful, sandy beaches Australia has! sail-boarders whipping all around the beach on this one!), a bottle of champagne and a pasta dinner. Slight mishap when I pulled out the hood fan and the ...
Today we have booked to go on a Great Barrier Reef experience. The bus picked us up at a leisurely 9:10, so we had a lie in, yippee. The wave piercing fast jet took us and the other 198 passengers (it was only at 50% capacity) out to a pontoon anchored off the outer reef system, approx 70 Kms from Port Douglas. Here you could snorkel or scuba dive around the reefs. You could also take a 10 min helicopter tour or go on a submersible with viewing windows. We had opted ...
Today found us waiting for a tour bus at 8:15 am; we were off to the Daintree National Park, Cape Tribulation and the Mossman Gorge. We cruised the Daintree River looking for crocodiles, none to be found, none the less we enjoyed the rainforest scenery. And up we went to our lunch spot at Coopers Creek, again middle of the rainforest. Very few people live in the area as it is hard to get to and there are no or limited services. It was only 10 years ago the road ...