Mandalay & Shalimar Luxury Beachfront Apartments
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- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... itself. Apparently these things eat eachother so they are not to be messed with. On the return we went right to the edge of the estuary where we could see our apartment from the water.
In return, we went to the "tin shed" a not for profit sicial club with cheap drinks and great views- not quite like the braunny social back in leicester!
An unexpected stop at the rex smeal park saw a wonderful sunset through the palm trees towards the ...
... their jaws make when they attack… WHOAH! Not a low-risk work environment for sure! On the lighter side, Hartley's was also home to many active Koalas. We laughed at them for a good 15 minutes as they groomed themselves, yawned, and stared at us like WE were the attraction.
We returned to our rainforest retreat for a home-grilled meal interrupted briefly by "killer grasshoppers" (not really - just one child's version of events). But there ARE a ...
... territorial and extremely friendly. He is known to bump into people so that they will pat him. The edge of the reef drops down very sharply so at some time your flipper can touch the coral then one stroke away it is really deep. After we had floated around for about an hour and a half we got out of the water and had a buffet lunch. After we had eaten we went around the edge of the reef in the glass bottom boat. More fish, more coral but this time ...
... confused creatures behind and went to the "Mossman Gorge" where apart from a new set of boardwalks there was a legendary swimming spot. After a bus journey and a nice walk in the forest we ended up at the swimming hole and along with 20 or so other people enjoyed a lovely swim in cool clear waters, although with a strong current to overcome. To our camp site for the night and very excited about going to the barrier reef ...
... roads. We stopped to see the curtain fig a type of ficus and finally the crystal cave in Atherton another man's passion for crystals, geodes and such. Some amazing specimens in the under ground cavern he has created; of course the were for sale as well. Finally destination for the day Port Douglas came later than we hoped but we made ...