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Port Douglas is a most attractive town. There are lots of Palm trees, no hideous high rise buildings and a shopping precinct which would even attract the non shoppers! The beach is picturesque even if there is vinegar available for stings ( I think jellyfish stings) but this is not the jellyfish season.
Our apartment is quite spacious …
... Douglas was very scenic and lots of places to Free Camp. Would like to spend more time stopping at some of the little beeches and view points. When we got to the Marina, the boat was huge and full. Tea and coffee were on offer and although we had told them about T's dietary requirements they had no soy milk! However after a futile argument with a staff member, another crew member went onshore and got some. Very disappointing to have to make an issue of it. We sat ...
Packed up this morning and ready to head by 9am, at least it didn't rain overnight, had the strong winds again.sun was peering thru I guess it's because we are leaving. Had a good trip to port Douglas only took 1 1/2 hrs Unpack and set up, first thing get some washing done, then head to the bakery as we missed brekkie this morning. Matt not really happy, getting sick of setting up I guess. Head for walk to the ...
Woke to the sun rising over the water, beautiful. Had brekkie and went straight to beach. The butterflies everywhere and spotted two beautiful birds, one was an azure kingfisher and the other looked like a finch of some sort, yellow as. Stunning. But had along beak. May be honey eater. Walked up to the path to the river, great some lovely places to fish and a lot of the water draining away from all the pathways. Kaplonk Head back to camp, Matt grabs some fishing gear ...
... on the view for small fortunes. Ended up in our favourite restaurant, a club on the estauary with what we thought was the best view in st.douglas then waddled back to the hotel. To celebrate our last evening all together, we splashed out at a seafood restaurant called Finz eating huge paella dishes with a large halved lobster in the middle. Reminisced over the last 2 weeks realising how fast it's gone and how much money dads spent and occasionally moaning about ...
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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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