Pool Resort Port Douglas
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... their photo. When they ignored him, he started clicking his fingers and yelling at them to react so he could get a great photo! When we told him about the danger Cassowaries can create, he went white and couldn’t believe what we told him, I even backed it up with Google information! He was very lucky seriously! Back to the apartment for a little rest and for me to catch up with 4 days’ worth of travel blogs! We could ...
... of houses, a roadhouse and a pub. The pub is run by Dale, who seems to drink as much as he sells. We had a drink and enjoyed chatting to a couple of the locals. I just happened to see a plaque in the wall that was a memorial to Dogs Tranter. The name sounded familiar so I asked Gary if he knew this guy. Gary actually served with him in 5/7 RAR and knew him well. Apparently he was a regular at the pub... what a small world.
We made it back to ...
... Jack hadn't received the SMS boarding passes. I'd had it sent to him twice and they had left for the airport and still didn't have it. It took me a few tries to actually speak to a real person at Jetstar but finally got it sorted and was happy when I received a text from Tanya to let me know that they had boarded. We arrived at Danny's just before the footy started and settled in on their back verandah with some drinks to watch the game. I asked them whether it was normal for ...
... when the weather had improved a bit more.
We had lunch at a nearby pub, which was quite like you'd imagine an outback pub to be. They only had burgers on the menu that day but were happy to cater for our dietary issues and they tasted ok.
Next we visited an ice creamery called Floravilla. It is owned by an elderly lady who creates ice cream and flavoured ice (like sorbet) from exotic fruits. We both thought they were delicious.
The rain had eased a bit, so we headed ...
... in a bowl, and serve it up. One of the unique characteristics of choko, apparently, is that it really doesn’t have much of a taste and will take on just about any taste you give it. According to the guy who brought our food out, McDonald’s used to use choko in their apple pies. He said they would soak it in apple sauce to give it the apple flavor then stuff into their pies. Although I’ve never heard this before, I am incline to ...