Le Cher Du Monde
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Cher Du Monde Port Douglas
We very much enjoyed our stay at Le Cher Du Monde. We found it easily and parking is conveniently provided under the hotel. Our room was spacious and having a kitchenette was very convenient, as food anywhere in Australia seems quite expensive compared to US prices, so fixing our own meals helped a bit with the budget. We found the bed comfortable and the air conditioning quite sufficient. The hotel was generally quiet. The only caution I would give is that the shower, at least in our room, is combined with the whirlpool tub, so it is a bit of a climb to get in and out of the tub to get to the shower. There is a grab bar, but it might be difficult for anyone with limited mobility.
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... have liked, and we were soon back on the bus heading toward Cape Tribulation beach. We stopped at a couple of picturesque viewpoints looking out along the coast, the whole coastal road was pretty spectacular and would be quite special to drive. Arriving at Cape Tribulation for what was meant to be our lunch time, however due to misunderstanding when we booked our tour we didn't realise that we were supposed to bring packed lunch so instead our snack of dates became a very sugary ...
... in the park. She has had us looking out for a Cassowary but no luck so far. Back on to the bus and off to Lync Haven Rainforest Retreat for our BBQ lunch which we are looking forward to after having had breakfast at 6am and only a couple of bickies in-between. Cathy gets a call on the radio to say there is a cassowary in another part of the car park, so we drive around slowly and see a very large cassowary just walking among the cars, no time ...
We woke up to sunshine the next morning, which was a relief! We decided to head back to the lookout point we'd visited on our first day. The difference in the view was incredible - instead of seeing a few metres ahead, you could see right out to sea and even another coast in the distance.
We then popped back to the Discovery Centre in the hope we could spot some more wildlife now the weather was better (and we were still waiting to see our first wild cassowary). ...
... a family of Chowchilla who came very close. As we entered some long grass towards the end of the track Michelle found a small brown snake we think may have been a marsh snake. We turned around and started heading back and found another curled on a log. We both had 2 new birds on the walk. The Blue-faced Parrot-finch and the Mountain Thornbill.
Lunch was on the way back at Mt Malloy where once again ...