Reef Club Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we had taken a wrong turn. But as soon as we had shown her our booking confirmation she couldn't have been more friendly and helpful. We got to our apartment and felt very happy that we were going to be spending the next four nights here! Two big bedrooms to choose from, a nice kitchen lounge area, a bathroom (with a jacuzzi bath) and a patio area leading out to the pool. I think we should manage here just fine! We walk in the town to buy supplies for our ...
... level of luxury that she'd just seen. Poor thing! We watched the boats being secured at the marina and some being taken up river. There was an eerie silence in town as people prepared for strong winds and rain. After a tour of various Port Douglas sights we set about doing the same in our villa and preparing for all eventualities. Sandbags at the door, emergency bags packed and at the ready - we hope for not too bad a night and that all will be well in the ...
... beach, which is famous, and walk into town.
Friday we weren't able to take our planned boat trip out to the Great Barrier Reef, but on Saturday we did spend the day in Daintree National Park, the oldest rainforest on Earth. We were lucky to see a Cassawary and two chicks. This flightless prehistoric bird is one of the oldest on Earth, with only 160 remaining in this rainforest. It is very ...
... the army duck a car come boat, usually it sits 32 today on this one there was only 4! And our guide was English, he loved it because we understood all his jokes. He explained about about the plants and trees in the forest pointing out the poisonous ones. The vehicle goes from land into the water, fortunately we never came across any crocs. Once that was over we caught the coach to take us to the sky train this is a gondola (ski ...
... to the beach and swam within the stinger nets.
Back to the hotel, 5 minute walk away to swim in our pool, which was like swimming in a hot bath.
Around 5 the fruit bats started flying round again. Not as many as they move between 3 areas within Port Douglas
We ate in, steak cooked by Mike on the communal BBQ