Reflections of Port Douglas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a pace that made you think it was one of the first trains ever built, and come to find out some of the cars were built in the 1930s and used during WWII. The tracks ran along gorges hundreds of feet deep on one side and straight through mountains on the other. The railway had been used during WWII to transport goods, military supplies, and much needed hospital equipment. It was vital to the biggest military hospital in ...
... bridges and tributaries and inlets.
Our place seems really cute and summer cottage like. There isn't even anyone at reception. They close on Sun at 2pm. There is a board with envelopes with incoming guests names written on them and instructions for all those checking in later. Our room is open with the keys on the counter. The reception area is full of pool blow up ...
... It was hard to breathe!
After a good night's sleep, we awoke refreshed for Australia's national day - 26th of January is Australia Day! So with flag in hand we caught the bus into town to see what festivities were going on....
Cairns looks like a country and western town with architecture straight from a John Wayne film. It has a waterfront esplanade with a swimming ...
... to Cape Tribulation. The first dive was wonderful! The water was quite calm and there were plenty of fish. We even saw a turtle. Peter rented an underwater camera so he took lots of pictures. I tired a bit earlier than Peter, as I approached the dive platform I saw a shark. It just a reef shark and looked quite harmless. Unfortunately Peter didn't see the shark since he rushed to get back after the horn sounded ...
... amazing. The first successful oil well in Canada was drilled in Alberta into the Leduc pinnacle reef, and here we were swimming above a modern day pinnacle! This site was much colder likely due to the significantly deeper water depth around the pinnacle. At this site Kristen and I opted for a 45 minute guided tour with our local expert Emma. She was young, very nice, and full of interesting information! She seemed genuinely interested ...