Port Douglas Motel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... hung out here while Naomi went up the Canopy Tower. This tower had about 4 different levels so you could see the rainforest canopy from different heights. Very interesting. The next stop was the Alexander lookout which provided great vies of the Daintree River meeting the Pacific Ocean. It was also possible to see some of the closer areas of the Great Barrier Reef eg the Low Isles. We then crossed back across the river on the ferry and detoured to see Daintree village. ...
... off into the wilderness. Loaded up with a new laptop, eperb for the boat and a wheel brace to change the tyres on the boat or trailers, we headed back to the Rv with our new essential goodies and a lot less $. Oh dear!
We decided to spend an hour in the library which myself and the lads always enjoy and Moff gets to read a few fishing mags. Another 'rippa' day.
... big working Dairy Farm. We all had lunch there together and then looked at the cattle, (once a farmer, always a farmer!!!)
From there we drove to see the majestic Curtain Figtree, as well as the lovely Malanda Falls, where a Bush turkey was parading, as a bonus!!
Friday Bruce and I visited the Historic Village at Herberton which turned out to be the most extensive Collection of just about anything that we have ever seen. It was not only very large but ...
... you out to the actual reef to enjoy a fantastic snorkel experience. Our hope remains that we will eventually meet a local who has his own boat and who can be easily convinced using Australia’s favourite commodity, beer as a bargain. Let’s see if we’ll manage to achieve that ;-). Upon our arrival at the beautiful holiday destination Port Douglas, we were rather surprised when we got informed that we have arrived at the best time of the year, just before ...
... to the entrance of the trail and could go no further. Clinging to each other and giggling about how pathetic we were we walked back to collect big brave daddy. Felt much better with dad alongside us but again we reached the same place and froze. Mum in front said she couldn't go any further because she couldn't see anything, I turned to dad and said "don't do anything silly dad ... I will scream" and 2 seconds later he was lying on the ground next to me in a m***********. He had tried ...