Birdsong B&B Port Douglas
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... Cape Tribulation a fabulous day! See entry.
On Thursday we revisited Mossman and went to walk Mossman Gorge. See entry.
Our last day was spent relaxing and buying supplies at the last big supermarket before we travel to Cooktown and then onto Cape York. We had lunch at The Old Tin Shed, a bucket of prawns that we shared as we viewed the ocean and the Daintree Rainforest.
Our first day in Wanaka was extremely exciting. Leech, mum and I walked round to reception to ask what the possibility of doing a skydive today would be and that ended with us booking all 4 of us in for 2pm that very same day! Mum immediately super nervous but all of us really quite excited to finally be having a go. It may have still been cancelled so we had to come back at 1 to check the weather forecast. In the mean time dad and Alice went off for a run around beautiful lake Wanaka ...
... travelling for only 11 hours, a doddle compared to other journeys! We arrived at the guesthouse which is shaped like a blue and white boat giving the place a lot of character. One bonus about the room, Nathan's legs don't hang off the edge of the bed. Australia beds are certainly longer than English ones! Despite having a shared bathroom it is remarkably clean and very well maintained! Tomorrow we look forward to exploring the island in ...
... tears, it is better the devil you know.
For the moment though it is on with the job.
Wake-up, bins, breakfast, clean, sweep, hose, finish
If this were a movie it would be glossed over within a minute. showing a timelapse to portray months of the same work. this would gradually fade into a establishing shot of Cairns showing that I have finish and moved on, however life can not timelapse. I find myself working through each day as fast the anyother. Helping in the yard a ...
... some of the creatures that are native to the area, but we were unable to see in the wild.
As this is our last full day in Australia, so some brief observations are in order.
We read a lot about the increasing volume of Chinese traveling around the world, but don't see that in most of America. Here in Australia, it is very visible. At the last three resorts we have been to, we would guess that 60 to 70% of the guests have been ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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