Reflections of Port Douglas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... five minutes to traverse, but for the dreamers and dwellers, traveling this road will take at least two hours. Two hours to drive slowly, windows down, hair chasing the wind, eyes feasting upon the authentic, beautiful Australia every brochure promises but cannot deliver. Two hours to pause along the roadside, car sidled up against an embankment where the forest meets the sea, and dwell in the moment.
A moment that looks a little something like this:
... to about how medium looks. There was more of a flavor difference in the buffalo than the other meats. About halfway through each bite, it had a hint of sweetness that came to life, and although there was BBQ sauce on this particular burger, I’m pretty sure the sweetness was coming from the meat not the sauce. Everything considered I think you’d be hard pressed to find much difference in ...
... approach to the problem and decided to only purchased one if we saw people screaming in terror. All day long, not one stinger was spotted; we felt a glow of superiority and with a saving of $14 to boot. After no time at all, the horn was sounded for it all to end and a quick change back to shore clothes (it reminded us of a school swimming lesson) for the return to base. What a memory; we both feel privileged to have experienced it, even as an organised tourist ...
... and hope that all goes well!
The village is very cute and so close to where we are staying - everything is easily within a 5-10 min walking distance. All the stores have massive sales on - don't know if it's bc it's end of season or business is generally down. It's certainly not very busy but cyclone season might have something to do with it. The only people we talk to today besides people who work here are from Ontario backpacking. Guess this ...
Drove up to Port. Douglas, popped in to Sheraton where Claire and Mike had stayed, lovely hotel. Then to the marina, where we had booked the Quicksilver boat for our trip to the outer reef. It was a fast boat, and beautiful sunshine. We went to Agincourt reef, on the outer edge, about 40 km North East of Port Douglas. Quicksilver have a giant pontoon moored there, with submersible, helicopter, and lots of ...