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TravelPod Member ReviewsOaks Lagoons Port Douglas
Service by Murray and housekeeping once advised we had arrived early was good as they didn't keep us waiting long. Pool was clean and so were the rooms
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... and yep this ends another day, I cant remember what day it is anymore!!! Tomorrow another long drive to Rockhampton – 8-9 hours in total, cant wait, excitement plus………… I am going to repost yesterdays blog because the snorkelling company took professional photos of the fish we saw and we bought the usb stick with them on it. Remember, I didn’t take these photos, that’s why they are really good hahahahaha! ...
... earlier this year, we enjoyed delicious cakes and pies from a fantastic bakery. We got back on the road and made our way to Atherton where I enjoyed a dose of civilisation by doing a much needed grocery shop at Woolworths. From there we travelled on to Mareeba and made an afternoon tea stop at 'The Coffee Works' where they make gourmet chocolates and roast their own coffee. We called to try and book accommodation for Cooktown but found that ...
... s a rainforest walk that we did which goes to a gorgeous river with beautiful clear water cascading over rocks. Then we walked into beautiful rainforest and it was pretty steamy as I guess it's supposed to be. There was lots of moisture and it just seemed to make everything glow bright green, it was beautiful. And along the walk the species of plants seemed to change, sometimes there were lots of mosses and in other parts ferns and other thick ground cover. Then the canopy could ...
... to the rainforest) - we would learn to get used to this over the next few days!
We continued to drive north to the Daintree River crossing. The Daintree River is famous for it's crocodiles, none of whom I fancied meeting. A car ferry takes you across the river and then the road winds through the rainforest. Driving slowly is recommended as cassowaries often like to cross the roads and a collision doesn't end well for them or your car! The further north we drove, the ...
... I wish I remember the name of the fruit as it tasted just like a desert and even Michelle liked it.
As we were the only 2 aboard, and to the relief of the skipper, we asked not to be pointed out every crocadile in the river. The skipper was so happy with this we stayed out a bit extra as he said he is always looking at the water and enjoyed looking itno the trees and sky for a change. Michelle found some Sea Eagles and ...