Mandalay & Shalimar Luxury Beachfront Apartments
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- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... and then there was a lot more noise for the next few hours as all the drunken revellers made their way home. This morning we travelled from Cooktown 270 kms to Port Douglas. Our trip took us back through Lakeland to Mount Molloy and then onto the Cairns road. While we do not like booking ahead, because of the long weekend we had booked into the Big 4 park. It is a ...
... Carried on to the Ferry crossing, stopping at Mount Alexandar lookout, which looked across to the Daintree River as it met the sea and over to Port Douglas. Cross the Daintree River and once on the other side a quick visit to the village of Daintree, then back to Port Douglas via the Woolworths at Mossman town for supplies for dinner. A lovely swim in the Hotel pool and catch up on messages and emails as the poolside is the only place you can get a ...
... was a privately run interpretative centre, which offered suspended bridges that wind up from ground level to the rainforest canopy about 80 feet in the air, with a self-guided headset to point out the amazing richness of nature in this area. Daintree is one of the few rainforests that host some trees that have survived without change for over 1.5 million years – affectionately called ...
... so close, but they have never actually seen a crocodile there (or so they told us). This was the first night that it really felt like the wet season – it absolutely bucketed down for a good hour. Luckily we had a shelter to hide under, and our trusty tent didn’t leak at all. They really know how to waterproof stuff in Canada. The manager of the campsite expected it to be wet, and actually offered us a dorm for the night for free, but we ...
... you can imagine, we loved the little chap, even if he did smell a bit! We had our picture taken and stroked our little friend a bit, which he seemed to like, and then we moved on to go see some more of Australia's iconic animals - the kangaroos and, of course, the crocodiles! We walked along a path, beneath a spider web that was of a size which cannot be explained by science - it was immense, and full of upsettingly large lady spiders sitting by their bunches of eggs. It was quite ...