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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... the Cape Tribulation Beach House, a backpackers resort. The Beach house was walking distance from a beautiful beach from which we could see Cape Tribulation, named by Capt James Cook, the discoverer of Australia for the English, because his ship hit the reef causing a large hole near here. At Cape Trib (as the natives call it), the rainforest meets the beach. The rainforest is considered the oldest in the world ...
... markets, shopped at the DFO, and spent a whole day out and about on the Skyrail and Train visiting Kuranda! News on the Milla front - she is now 8 months old and loving exploring the caravan by drag crawling, loves sitting up, waving and playing with the kids. We have kidnapped the Bride and taken her and the kiddies to Port Douglas to keep on holidaying which is were we are now. Signing off again, enjoy the pics and sending our love to you all. The Walducks ...
... from Melbourne - Anne and Ken arrived here at the park yesterday, so we got together at our van for a couple of hours tonight. We had a lovely catch up finding out where we have all been - they left home about 4 weeks before us, and will be home just before us. We're moving on to Palm Cove for 3 nights tomorrow - one of our favourite ...
While we were in Japan somehow the rumour spread through Rachelle's family to her sister Julia who lives in Melbourne that we would be going to Port Douglas at the same time as her. It was pure chance once again working in our favour.
They booked long before we did for the whole family and were staying over a week in an apartment in town. This made our stay all the sweeter as we got to spend the weekend with them. It was great, as got to do fun family ...
Up at 5am to get ready for our 6.45am pickup. Our 4WD Billy Tea Tours vehicle is right on time and as we are the first pickup we get the front seat. Cathy is our driver who tells us she grew up on a property on the Bloomfield Track and has a heavy rigid licence which has taken her all over the world for work. She is working for herself and is used by all the tour companies when they have work, a really nice woman we find as the tour progresses. Out ...