Birdsong B&B Port Douglas
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... at various people to get him on another plane without having to pay full fare again and trying to get visa sorted. I finally managed to shout loud enough to get a flight sorted for Friday and mike sorted visa which he could pick up on Friday so he is flying then and arriving Saturday. We arrive Friday so not too bad but very stressful end to a stressful day and finally fell into bed about 2 ...
... Village to set up camp for the night. Chow Mein was the lucky dip ex the fridge. Sitting outside the tents having a quiet drink listening to the frogs singing their song.
Decided to visit the Jungle Bar one more time. Only because they sell VB. we got a 2 hour Internet connection so the emails and Facebook could be accessed. No band playing, but really good music videos. Led Zepplin and INXS. Good shed music!
... very long when I pointed to a sign for the Crystal Cascade, just 9 km inland. We hadn't got much else planned so we suddenly swung a left, totally confusing Tom the Navigor. He kept telling us to turn round, but we just ignored him. Tub's just cruised on up that tarmac, he was in his element. The Crystal Cascade waterfalls were located in a section of the upper Freshwater Creek, in the Redlynch Valley. After parking Tub's, we walked a couple of kms along a freshwater creek, all ...
... on the beachfront in a large outdoor restaurant, just a couple of blocks away, as there is an excellent chef there. It has been quite windy down by the beach again today so we were a bit reluctant to go at first, but we sure are glad we did. Without a doubt it was the best meal we have eaten this trip, one of the best we can remember anywhere. We both had the same, the chef's special. It was pan-fried Atlantic salmon with tiger prawns ...
... where the tenders unload us was only about 30 percent occupied. It had a sign blocking one entire wing saying "Closed for redevelopment". It's the same as it was when we were here in early 2011. Dinner tonight was again in the restaurant, followed by a show by variety performer, Shayne Anne O'Leary - a very good voice. She did a tribute to blonde singers of the past (she was a blonde herself) and threw in some blond jokes as ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking