Titree Resort Holiday Apartments
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... a pair of sandals that Brian can handle on his feet.
And to the Daintree Ecolodge from whence I write though I will have to do posting from the lobby as it is the only place that is connected technically. No TV in the room! But nice canopy bed with but netting…..and a hot tub on the porch! We have a brush turkey rooting around outside our porch. It is so pretty with a red head and ...
... perfect and I didn't want to get out. It was delicious. So blue with fish running around you, ropes to hold if you wanted and platforms to ease into the water and all the gear. I used a foam tube and Don (who got in too) used flippers. Great experience. Truly amazing day. Grabbed some yum snapper fish and chips and collapsed back at the van. Packing up a little in prep for moving on ...
... and took to what can only be described as a truly amazing and magical experience. The photos just don't do the Great Barrier Reef justice. We rented an underwater camera for the day and wow it was worth it but the best photos we have are all mental. The first impression is just how colourful and beautiful the reef is and how shallow the water is. In parts the reef is only literally a metre below you. The sea life is amazing. Our guide points out a ...
... is that?? Cost $14 each. A beer was $7.
Caught the train back at 3.30 and a interesting journey back down to Freshwater station to the car at 5pm. The rail line was started in 1887 and finished in 1910. This was to supply the gold fields. We had dinner tonight at the Two Fishes restaurant rated the best seafood in PD. It was one of these small meal on a big plate places Cost $ 220.00. For 4. ...
We set of this morning for the Daintree National Park. Stopping first at Daintree Village where we bought fresh caught mackerel and a kilo of fresh trawled prawns, which were frozen. So tonight, prawns for dinner....YUMMO. We crossed the Daintree River on the ferry, which brought back memories of the Williamstown ferry but not ...