Daintree Rainforest Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Packing up late we finally headed off to Cape York via the Bloomfield Track. The Bloomfield is a recommended 4WD track but is also partially bitumen. Steep inclines, overgrown tropical roadsides, multiple creek crossings and beautiful mangrove beaches accompanied us all the way. We had one car ferry crossing ...
... oh my.
We went into Port Douglas this afternoon to top up the fridge and stop by the icecream shop (42 flavours). I went with something totally out of character, Blood Orange Sorbet... It was bloody nice, no pun intended.
Seriously cant wait for tomorrow as we are booked onto our Quicksilver Cruise and snorkeling tour on the great barrier reef. We were told to get in early because later this week the ...
... pass through along the creek, not all the time, but they have been spotted. The male looks after the babies right from incubation til they flee the flock. We spotted none unfortunately. I asked and they are sometimes in the parking lot. None for us.
Drove to Cow Bay to take a look. Nice beach, but again damage visible from he cycle. Warning sign about the stingers and vinegar bottle provided should one get stung and then should see a ...
... the Barossa valley. A wonderful meal that we think was the best that we've had here this week.
Tonight (Saturday), we are off to the Star of Siam again and this time, we re bringing our own bottle of C******nay and paying the $1 corkage fee. We wish that we had known about this when we went previously.
Laundry is done and the bags are packed and in the morning we leave for the next leg of our terrific voyage.
... amount of long, twisted vines crawling up tall trees and through them was outstanding. We had so much fun taking pictures of amazing natural wonders. From this boardwalk, we started walking along a beach, but we saw way too many sand crabs to want to continue. We have to admit that the water and beaches are not what we pictured them to be here. Since it's the off, rainy season, all the beaches are closed for swimming because of jellyfish ...