Daintree Wilderness Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Diwan
... the Bloomfield River crossing Nige says "I washed half the car!" and Luke replied "Which half, the top half?". Later he wondered how he will go when back at school! Wednesday On our way to Cairns we went to Hook a Barra. Luke landed the first barra and kept it for our tea. Luke finished with 3, Matt 2 and Nige 1. We also saw the barra being harvested to sell. We all enjoyed eating fresh barra for ...
... rugs are made, we all saw them in a new light. Made with tiny strands of thread knotted along to eventually produce a picture or pattern with more intricate patterns taking up to twice as long. Average Persian rug takes up to 6 months to produce! Went over to Coles the supermarket to pick up dinner for the evening as mam and dad had decided that us boys should cook them dinner on a hangover. 2kg of red snapper later we ...
... sun, decaing, rotting, flys swarming. Nathean has the the job of slicing through the flesh, departing Pumba from his legs and as the sun rises and the temperature increases, Pumba lays cooking. Gil decides that after breakfast is the perfect time to move the corpse and it is up to Brad and I to to perform the delicate operation. Standing beside, the smell of death fills the surrounding area and staining the cloths I wear, we try to think of a easy way to move. blood ozzing ...
... a protective stinger suit. It looks so inviting though. Even for me. Well....another first yesterday....I drove the car on the Aussie side of the road. A first for me. Mentally hard to get around, but I did it. We had dinner at Nautilus last night...the best restaurant in Port Douglas. It was like eating in the rainforest...amazing time with Natalie and Kevin and kev's mom and Laurie. We are heading back to Sydney today......talk ...
... The views were incredible along the way and we stopped at some turnoffs to snap some pics. Our plan was to make it all the way up north but the windy switchbacks and darkness coming made us turn back. We may be improving on driving, but we are not quite ready for night time! Before dinner on our return home we headed to the beach in town which did not disappoint in showcasing the surrounding ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility