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Travel Blogs from Diwan
... for a while. Considering the 30 degree heat and the high humidity I had a nice night's sleep. The room had mesh on the slats (no windows) so it kept the bugs away.
In the morning I had a few hours before the bus so went for a walk to a creek a few kms away. Another nice sunny day meant I was soaked in a few minutes, but I'd bought plenty of water. I needn't have worried though as the heavens opened just as I got to the creek and showed me why ...
Relaxing stay at Riverside Tourist Park had us parked near the river surrounded by cattle farms & mountains. $25 per night 1 adult, 2 children.
Traveled to Cape Tribulation - Driving 10 minutes to Ferry, short ride across the river then approx 45 minutes to Cape Tribulation. A early start to the morning arriving at 8am at Ocean Safari cruises where the cruise to Mackay Reef 25 minutes. We snorkelled, the children enjoying every ...
... most of the passengers missed it! That’s what you get for drinking ****** free tea out of Styrofoam cups!
The croc cruise was really exciting but sadly we didn’t see any more crocodiles, so I was so glad that I’d seen the one that I had otherwise I would have been bitterly disappointed. It was a beautiful day and it was nice enough to go for a jaunt along the river, even though I knew it was teeming with crocs and they were just hiding! Afterwards, we ...
I had been looking forward to Port Douglas since I'd been planning my East Coast trip all those months ago and I was certainly not disappointed, and that was just from the drive to get there! The winding road to Port Douglas, which in some ways with its stunning views of the sea reminded me of The Great Ocean Road, was stunning and offered amazing views of the ocean and miles of unspoilt white beaches, lined with palm trees. With the addition of the Atherton Tablelands in the ...
... D later that day. We spent the evening at our hostel's bar, catching up on gossip. The next day was probably our favourite day on our Aussie trip so far. We went on a scuba trip to the Agincourt reefs (literally on the Eastern edge of the Great Barrier Reef - not far from the edge of the tectonic plate - just to increase our fear of falling off!!!). James and Emma had never tried diving before but were keen to join us, so we'd signed them up for two introductory dives while we went for ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet