Pool Resort Port Douglas
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today was scuba diving round 2. 3 more dives, just as much time spent out on the boat, but fewer sunburns obtained. Today we went to Agincourt Reef and Escape Reef. It's amazing how huge the Great Barrier Reef is. It apparently covers about the same area as the state of Texas.
We still all made it without dying! Cari did get stung by a hydra, but no irukandji stings. So that’s a plus. Greg did have a ...
... br> Hung around in the room for a bit then went off to find the main street. We were told it was 15 minutes one way and 20 minutes another.
Ari wanted to got the 20 minute was as it went passed the marina. It was really nice, but the heat was horrendous. Felt a lot longer than 20 minutes. Found the main street then found the supermarket. Got all out shopping then headed back to the hostel.
... clean, basic, neat bedrooms, fab well stocked kitchen and bathrooms. We loved it - couldn’t afford separate rooms though but hey - nothing’s perfect! At least we can cook some meals to save some money, and make tea and coffee etc when we want. We are fed up with eating out every single meal.
We had a day sorting - Beth has lost her glasses which is really fantastic - $300 later for an eye check and new glasses ordered. Megs lost ...
... akubra (Cowboy) hat on, apparently he is quite the adventurer and knows all the 4x4 tracks nearby. Great – Just have to find internet to check in with the family and I’ll hunt Tom down.
Due to PK’s net being down it was a trip up the road to the restaurant where I had to have a wee snack in order to use their WIFI. Caught up with mother dearest then back to PK’s.
So after a relaxing ...
... a few places.
First was Thornton beach where we had a picnic for lunch then went for a walk along the beach. It was here we first noticed all these little balls of sand in patterns on the beach and wondered what was going on. This nice man told us it was Bubbler Crabs ( google them, there's a great youtube site) they are incredible. They come out of their hole in the sand on low tide to eat and the little ...