Marina Terraces Holiday Apartments
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... windy still but nice, walk up to the lookout, lovely view of the beach. My arm is getting blacker with the bruising coming out. My back has been really bad, walking up stairs doesn't help. Walked to dinner, didn't need jumpers or umbrella , was lovely and so nice to be in civilisation . We grab some Italian , then head to bottle o as Matt needs six pack to watch the game. I climb into bed and read my book for a ...
... driving as the van was swaying a lot and when a road train passed going the opposite way it looked as though the caravan was going to sway right off the road. It was stressful just watching it and I am not sure whether the van was unevenly loaded or maybe he didn't have a weight distribution hitch. Either way he should not have been driving at high speed. We were glad that he kept going when we stopped for fuel at Halls Creek. We had been told by a number of travellers that ...
We drove with our "hired car" to Port Douglas. It started raining. We turned off the Cook highway into Palm Cove, as we were told to be sure to stop there. It is very pretty town with a lovely beach and big trees along the beach. It was overcast so it was fairly quiet. Looks like s beautiful place especially when the sun is shining. We drove on to port Douglas. The road is very windy and runs along side the ...
... to find another land. looking at the fantastic Cathedral and Church Figs was a real treat and a must if you are in this area. Kuranda is very pretty but we didn't stay long as it was getting late and we were coming up on the rail to this town tomorrow.
Thursday 10th April
We set off early to Freshwater railway station with Cheryl and Tom. I think we were all really looking forward to the day. This was a lovely spot and a ...
... of his Shiraz to prime us for dinner. Wolf and I go back many years together and he has always been a constant spiritual guide to me and some of my other friends.
That evening (Wednesday for us), we went downtown again and ended up at a Thai restaurant down the street from Harrisons. Again the food was great, and we had a similar view of the plam trees along the beach and water. We have decided that it, too, warrants a repeat visit before leaving.
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