Pool Resort Port Douglas
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I don’t suppose you’re in much of a state to complain.
We went to a crocodile/nature reserve for the day on Meg’s 13th birthday (my little girl all big and grown up and teenager like!) called Hartleys - and saw some really huge ones being fed - very, very scary things. One death ( as per the rangers here) that occurred in 2013 was up in the Mary River in Darwin - there are LOADS of crocs up in the Northern Territories - some people ...
... and included three stops. At the first tram stop we took a short walk to view rare and beautiful turquoise butterflies. The second stop took us to a scenic waterfall area where colorful wild turkeys ...
... for an interview, which he passed successfully and was officially hired to be a bar tender at the ‘Ocean Breeze Bar’ (OBB), the pool bar of the hotel. The introduction day had passed, the contract had been signed and Ivo’s first shifts had started. In the first two weeks he still did some shifts for the event company but soon quit this job as the working hours were not that easy to combine with the full time job at the Sheraton Hotel. So three jobs ...
... it was such a warm sunny day, but I had a wetsuit and once we were swimming, it actually felt quite nice. The water was so clear and blue! And the croak was so amazing! There were so many fish of all varieties, and we even saw a sea turtle!! After an hour, we headed about 10 min away to the next part of the reef, and snorkeled for another hour. Here, we saw a giant clam that was approx. 100 years old, and a huge dolphin fish as well. The next site was possibly the ...
... Dinner on the Saturday night turned out to be only ok. It sounded promising - a lamb roast with Moroccan spiced cous cous, minted yoghurt and hand made flat bread. Unfortunately the lamb was quite you and fatty, and it think the flat bread may have been store bought. But, it was only $10 for the meal, so you can't complain. On the Sunday morning we decided to head toward Cairns and just decide later on in the afternoon where we would stay. We did a bit of shopping in ...