Sarayi, Palm Cove
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... to be full of hotels and backpacker hostels. There isn't really all that much here but it seems to be used more as a base for day trips to the reef. When I got back from town I checked in and met the staff - all of which are lovely. I also met some of the other backpackers who were all lovely and friendly and mostly just starting their travels like me. After an evening chatting, I called it a night ...
We awoke to a very humid morning on Tuesday (1 September), made especially warm as Aero was back from the kennels and was making himself comfortable on our bed after we released him from his 'bathroom bedroom'.
With a minimal 42 km drive we were in no rush to pack up so took it very leisurely and only left the park just before the 10.00am checkout….however even with some very unusual slow driving (using the turn out ...
... me luck!
August 21, 2015
Good 'day Mate! I'm writing you now from Sydney, Australia, and what a ride it's been.
After the terrible storm in CLT, and the detour to LAX, my flight was several hours behind schedule. I asked the flight attendants if I would make it, and they were pretty skeptical. There was one other girl on the flight going to Aus., so they moved both of us to the front of the plane, and instructed us ...
'You're bleeding' the Chinese woman screamed at me. 'It was a shark' I told her casually whilst gesturing shark to make it clear. Her eyes widened as she looked at me in horror, having yet to enter the water. 'No, I'm joking' I laughed as I hurried away to get Meg the leg from the dry lower deck so Nikki could walk again. Exploring the Great Barrier Reef was totes amaze balls. It was such an incredible experience swimming in the sea, ...
... a week of celebration for....well, because they can, it IS Port Douglas after all. We decided to leave the apartment by the sea and go camping in our tent, swapping one bit of hardship for another. Port Douglas for those who don’t know is one of the most popular resort towns in Queensland, thank God they pass Palm Cove by on the way to Port D. Lovely spot, lots of great restaurants, café, pubs and shops. The Sunday markets are a must, lunch at The Courthouse ...