Latitude 16 Mowbray by the Sea

Address: 40 Mowbray Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

      Port Douglas - day 3

      A travel blog entry by sonliz on Dec 03, 2014

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      We had a trip into the Daintree rainforest today with another British couple and an American chap. We were very lucky to see a young Cassowary which came up pretty close. The adults can grow to around 5 foot tall. We also fed a rescued red kangaroo which was lovely, his fur felt ...

      Port Douglas

      A travel blog entry by clarksaroundoz on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... we saw sugar cane, banana plantations and mango, pumpkin and potato crops.
      Although Port Douglas was 'touristy' (and pricey), we really loved its laid-back style, alfresco style of shops and restaurants, palmed beaches and moderate temperature. Our van park was only one block from the beach so we were able to get our first beach swim (in the Pacific Ocean) and have some lovely, long walks along the beach.
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      Stickybeaking in Kuranda

      A travel blog entry by shered on Oct 14, 2014

      9 photos

      ... a quiet bird but does make soft grunts at times, and at others a deep booming call. Unexpectedly to me anyway, they construct mounds of vegetation to incubate their eggs. Large mounds up to 4 meters wide and 2 meters high. An egg hatch is laid in the mound and the decaying vegetation generates enough heat to incubate the eggs. Male turkey maintains correct temperature by adding and removing mound layers. That's it for parenting. After hatching the little guys are on ...

      5th update: Living in the Tropics

      A travel blog entry by movi on Oct 09, 2014

      269 photos

      ... a plan for the day. To summarize it our days involved working, going to the beach, lying in the hammocks at Dougies, chatting, going to the gym, fishing or just chilling at the bar and once in a while we would squeeze in a little excursion. Unfortunately both of us had, yet again, different working hours so we would only see each other at night or sometimes have breakfast together.

      Some daytrips we did manage to enjoy together involved a visit to famous Cape ...

      Day 9 - Snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef

      A travel blog entry by repickens712 on Aug 27, 2014

      This morning was a treat. After waking up, we walked to the beach for the sunrise. We got there about 15 min prior, but there was already enough light to see well. When the sun appeared it was really spectacular, so vivid and full of vibrant orange hues. It was a really special sight, and again I was missing Jeremy so much! Afterwards, we got ready to head out for the day, as today we would be snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef! We were leaving from Port Douglas, so again ...