Taihoa Holiday Units
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... at least had some water in it. Near the foot of the falls was a swimming hole and an Aborigine family were having a great time there, using the huge rock boulders as slides. One of the family came and spoke to us and an interesting conversation took place ending with him trying to teach us some of the local aborigine words. Reaching Port Douglas late afternoon we settled into the Lazy Lizard Motel for three ...
... up very early the next morning, I missed it then too.
Decision, decision. To stay another day and hope to see one or to move on... chose to move on.
The visitors' information centre has a statue of a cassowary out the front of it. Good sign. Go in. Yes, a cassowary had been seen in the garden this morning and another one had been seen in standing next to the statued one the week before, creating quite a ...
... camera man (a person would jump out before us and film the whole thing rather than the person strapped to us filming everything up close on his hand camera), so not as many people could come with us. Our reasoning for this was very different; Aaron wanted the full video shot of him falling out of the plane, I wanted extra parachutes incase something went wrong. Yes, I paid just over $200 for a self comforting aid - I now realise the camera man wouldn't have ...
... to be at and up until this point we'd been pretty calm about the whole thing. This was when the adrenaline started to kick in! One of the German girls went first, then it was my turn! All the instructors that were jumping for fun were high fiving me and whooping. It made the adrenaline pump even more! I sat on the edge with my legs dangling over the edge, held my harness and put my head on my instructors shoulder before we pushed off. It took a while for us ...
... and ball room, along with a Myriad reflector ball hung from the ceiling - he imported this at half the cost of the total development. There were also refreshment rooms and extensive facilities encouraging people to spend the day swimming, playing tennis or bocce and eating. There was no power in the 1930's so Jose harnessed the power of the waterfall and installed his own hydro electric generator which ...