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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
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... mother and son next to us said they wanted $38 dollar per night for a small tent site unpowered more than we paid here for a full powered site. Back at the van lunch then watched a couple of episodes of Hell on Wheels. Packed up the Awing and everything outside ready for tomorrow dose not take us long now we know what we are doing. Today was a bit cooler than it has been only got to 21 ...
... away from the water! Was really nice and then we settled down for some dinner. After we went back over the river and went on a cruise on the Daintree River. It was scary because there were crocodiles just chilling down the river! I have decided I hate them. They scare the beegees out of me! Also on the river we saw Thornton Mountain which is rare to see because it's usually covered in clouds. We then went to the Daintree Village. It was really small with one pub so that's where we ...
... Ferry which cost $32 return for car and van or $24 just for a car return to reach Cape Tribulation. The drive up to Cape Tribulation took us almost 1 hour the road was very windy and hilly, but it was compensated by the rainforest on each side of the road at one point it was so dark you nearly needed your headlights on to see, lovely tree ferns and palms. There was a different ...
No way! When Mel ate her Magnum ice cream driving from 1770 she had a 'you have won a free Magnum' stick that we cashed in for a freebie today at the roadhouse in Lakeland on the way to Cooktown. You guessed it, as Mel took the last lick and looked down at the stick now free of ice cream and chocolate, she saw those magic words again 'you have won a free Magnum'. Hopefully we will be riding Mel's lick and eating free Magnums for the next 3 ...
Anne and I are parked up in a pull-in next to Cape Tribulation at the northern edge of the Daintree tropical forest in North Queensland. We're on our own with snakes, spiders and cassowaries stalking us in the dark. It is so hot, and humid. We are both sitting here sweating trying to write our blogs. Neither is even remotely thinking of opening the door in case something is waiting for us in the dark. Every so often we switch on the engine and let the cab air con ...