Reef Club Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we were handed clapping sticks to use in a traditional fire making ceremony. They taught us a traditional song that would be sung when lighting the fire and showed us traditional tools, including a stick with holes drilled in it to help start the fire. The dancers came around with black and white face paint to paint our faces before we could start the ceremony. Greg helped by rubbing a stick in one of the holes and got the grass smoking. Henderson, the other volunteer, also ...
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2,300 kilometres long, the Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef system and the world's biggest single structure made by living organisms. We've seen some beautiful coral reefs before (in the Indian Ocean and in Asia) but this is the King of coral reefs! An absolute must see!
Being wet season, jellyfish can be present so we ...
... a mud crab, which was a bit like a lobster and was lovely! On our way up and back we passed miles of lovely deserted sandy beaches and warm water. Apparently the sharks and sting rays are mating and get a bit tetchy at this time. We decided to keep dry and avoid the sea! ...
... with the bloody lizard in Bangkok so a 10 foot crocodile would almost certainly cause me to require a change of underwear, haha! We found a nice little supermarket which claimed to sell, and I quote, "Everything" - I was keen to see if this advertising was factual so we went in and I can confirm that, although they do stock many many things, they don't actually sell everything... If, for example, you wanted to procure some beer type beverages, you were out of luck. One thing they ...
... Mossman river. It was extrememly refreshing to dip our feet in the cold fresh water to end an eventful and hot day.The next day, we headed out by speedboat to the the 'Outer Reef' on our snorkelling tour, specifically Opal reef. It took 1.5 hours to get there from the harbour in Port Douglas and we went to 3 different reef sites to snorkel for an hour at each spot, with lunch onboard inbetween. The reef itself was beautiful, with an array of coral ...