Mandalay & Shalimar Luxury Beachfront Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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... skinned children away from the parents. And from the period of 1940 – 1961 all children were taken away from this tribe here and brought up by missionaries. The parents moved to the perimeter of the property so that they could see their children at Sunday church service. Brian wants everyone to know that these were Protestant missionaries. And do you know that it was still legal to hunt and shoot (you know, ...
Day 17 – Port Douglas
There was some heavy rain over night and we woke to threatening clouds and a strong easterly wind. The girls were keen to get the boogie boards out and hit the beach so we packed the car and drove to the patrolled area. Caitlin and Jessica soon got into the swing of things and rode the waves for an hour and a half. Vickie got in too and had a crack as well. Leigh ...
... up free teas and coffees, and the chance to pet or take a picture with a tiny baby crocodile. Having to pay for the latter put us off especially having already patted, so it just seemed unnecessary to pay just to hold it by yourself. Finally, after reuniting with George, we had an hour at Mossman Gorge to walk and have a little swim should one wish. The gorge was really quite nice and maybe neither of us appreciated it enough in comparison to our earlier adventures in the day. ...
... else for it - back to the pool - Dolly Parton playing on repeat and .......sleep!
Susan did exactly the same however she is more likely to have been listening to some random stuff like Buffalo!!!
Lovey lunch and then a snooze finished off our first day in Cairns.
Port Douglas is a very relaxing place and the hotel makes it easy to just chill out and ...
... beach which the rainforest truly does meet the reef. Take a few snaps and stretch our legs, I do go and put my hand in the water just to say I did it and find it is cold the same as at the Emmagen creek but that’s as far as I go. If I’m going to swim I want something like a hot spring, we did wear wet suits for our snorkelling at Mantaray Bay otherwise we would never have been able to stay in so long.. The water is very smooth and ...