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

    5th update: Living in the Tropics

    A travel blog entry by movi on Oct 09, 2014

    269 photos

    ... place where the Tropics literally meets the Great Barrier Reef (GBR). We weren’t too lucky with the weather but still saw some beautiful beaches and natural sceneries. We paid a visit to Hartley’s Crocodile Adventure; quite an exciting, interesting and also informative attraction. We were literally surrounded by crocodiles, witnessed crocodiles being fed and watched them do the famous death roll, to sum it up we basically saw Steve Irwin’s prodigy in action. ...

    Dominic goes camping near the beach

    A travel blog entry by godboldsgonorth on Jul 26, 2014

    20 photos

    ... circles on it, but I kept falling off. I found coconuts on the beach and we cracked them open. We drank the coconut water and ate the white flesh. I love eating coconut.

    Also at Wonga Beach we went out on a ship to Agincourt reef which is one of the outer reefs on the Great Barrier Reef. This reef is situated on the continental shelf in the Coral Sea. We went snorkelling and walked down into the under water observatory at ...

    Indigenous Australians in abundance.

    A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 23, 2014

    ... on the buttresses of the Red Cedar was a call for help. Wonderful sounds.
    We felt the smooth trunk of a tree which was actually lichen and used to reflect moonlight and lead the way at night. We scrunched up leaves and water and made a soapy substance for healing and cleaning. We put bark on embers to make smoke which we went through at the very beginning. This was to get rid of evil and to remove bad thoughts. We tasted nuts and saw hollows ...

    Cape tribulation beach lookout bad juw, juw

    A travel blog entry by mattandcilla on Jun 16, 2014

    7 photos

    ... me back off the beach, camera broken , we head to the car. Every time I try to bend ever so slightly I'm in excruciating pain. Matt says that was aboriginal jus jus, I felt like I was hit by a brick wall, no way did they want me visiting there sacred rocks. As Matt goes to get in the car he bangs his shin on the car. Jus jus.............not kaplonk today So we head back to camp, on our way there was a mother cassowary with ...

    4th Update OZ: From Victoria to North Queensland.

    A travel blog entry by movi on May 31, 2014

    208 photos

    ... and Ivo getting ready to depart, Juan Pajero and Josh were ready to go too and thus joined us on our travels. Until when and where was unknown at that moment...

    Our first destination was the Grampians, an actually beautiful National Park but unfortunately one part was severely damaged by bushfires earlier this year. Yet, we enjoyed our first real 'outdoor’ Aussie experience. We wanted to go on a hike but instead ended up going off road driving with Juan ...