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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... the day but they had all gone. It is a bad time for croc-spotting because the water is warm and they don't need to sit outside in the sun as they would in the winter. Also, the tide was high so it made it doubly difficult. Just as we were heading home (and just after he told us we get to come back for free if we don’t see any) he spotted a big guy, about 3m in length. We got as close as we possibly could to him and spent a good 10 minutes there ...
... the way. It felt awesome to be driving along it! The first place we stopped off was a wildlife sanctuary just near the town of Port Douglas. It seemed like the ideal place to finally see some crocs and koalas which we'd been very keen to do, and of course see a kangaroo that wasn't dead (the only one we'd seen so far was a distinctly flat one at the roadside). Walking inside took us straight into a gift shop, which was like any other in that it was full of utterly pointless cack ...
... with our ship in view, a large wave knocked out the engine. Rapidly the engineers aboard got to work restarting the motor, while we tossed helplessly in the rough waters. Hooray, finally we were at the ship and back aboard going through security.
Happy to be on a more stable boat, we rested, showered and dressed for dinner. Following dinner we were treated to a musical show by the Holland America singers and dancers. ...
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