Mandalay & Shalimar Luxury Beachfront Apartments
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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... trip with constant cane trains passing all night and plenty of road noise. Left the next morning and headed for Daintree village .... rainforest and crocodile country. Stayed 2 nights at a rustic Caravan Park and did a crocodile experience .... took a trip on the croc express on the river. Lucky for us we found 2 female crocs basking in the sunshine on the river bank. The 4 m male was hiding that day so missed out on seeing him. From Daintree we took a car ferry and crossed ...
... feel a bit lonely. Only the upper bunks had been made up so I moved the sheets into an empty lower one. I HATE being on the top bunk! 18:00 Went for a lovely walk along the beach. It was beautiful even though it was cloudy. Booked to go on a half day sea kayaking trip tomorrow which should be fun. Leaves me a half day to explore too. Maybe I'll go to the bat house but maybe I'll save that for the day after tomorrow. Bought some lentil mix for supper...hope it tastes ...
... varied coral as well as plenty of fish and a sea turtle! We landed on the low isles and donned our snorkel gear. Thomas was extremely excited about the flippers. Meg took us on a beginners snorkelling tour with our noodles, and there was only us 3, which was a bonus. Thomas didn't really get to grips with it, although he was happy to dunk his head in to look at the fishes.
I went off in my own for a ...
... on the bank, this really puts it into perspective of all the signs saying "crocodiles, do not swim". You can't swim in the ocean from about Port Douglas up to the tip because of croc’s. Much prefer our beaches! We not only saw croc’s but a Night Heron, Python snake in a tree, Ulysses butterfly and the strangest ants. Their nest ...
... of shops and cafes to wonder in and out of as well as trails along the Barron River and down through the rainforest to walk along. We spent several hours just perusing the sights before boarding the Kuranda Scenic Railway to Freshwater Station. The train to Freshwater was something very similar to the Great American Scream Machine at Six Flags Over Georgia except with better seats. It was loud and clanked & jerked ...