Pelican Motel

123 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia | Motel
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This motel, located on 123 Davidson Street, Port Douglas, is near Port Douglas, The Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary, Four Mile Beach, and Calypso Reef Cruises.
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

More water more sun!

A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 27, 2014

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... reasons. It is all quite safe, well probably not eating it, but it is how it is on a tropical island.

Many of those on board took the opportunity to snorkel in the clear waters. We had our togs but as the tide was low it would have been hard to avoid touching the coral and not being able to stand at all just may have been a bit hard for me energy wise. All those who snorkelled were issued with Lycra body suits as although this ...

Daintree and Cape Tribulation

A travel blog entry by berniekerry on Jul 05, 2014

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... wharf, is where you go, if you are going on a river cruise. We have decided to base ourselves here, and tomorrow are going up to the Daintree Centre and Cape Tribulation.
Well today we did our trip into the Daintree and were we surprised. It was like a jungle, full of glorious palms,ferns and other foliage plants all with beautiful trees.
Tomorrow we are heading further ...

Great Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by patrickwalsh on May 19, 2014

5 comments, 9 photos

About 59 people on a boat, only about 20 divers. Getting out there was rough, the waves were over 15 feet and many(not me thank god) were getting really sick. The diving was great, we did 3 dives just about 75 feet which was perfect. Another great day I would recommend for ...

... New Zealand continued.

A travel blog entry by libk25 on May 07, 2014

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... in torrential rain but I was really keen for 9 holes. We hired out clubs each and off we went. We were the only four people out ... Anywhere let alone the golf course ! I smiled my way through the course and we all got completely shakes through and leech and mum gave up after hole 6 but dad and I managed to finish. Very soggy we walked back to the van, had a cuppa and got on our way. The lady in the club house definitely thought we were very weird. Our last day with the van, leech and ...

The Great Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by winebuff on Mar 06, 2014


... operations provide.

Afterwards, we went down into the stationary underwater observatory whare at a depth of about 12 feet, we saw more of the fish and turtles close up. It was amazing as to how used and unthreatened they are to both human and vessel contact.

We found a nice table on the upper deck to relax and enjoy a bottle of C******nay while we waited for the 3:00 PM return trip. Although, we found the passage to have been somewhat smoother, apparently this feeling was ...

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