Tropic Sands Apartments
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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... wattles. Beautiful red passion flowers are vining all over the place.
We leave now for our river tour! Brian has just identified all the birds that we have seen with the guide that is in our room. More to follow!
7:45pm after dinner
We left for the river sunset cruise on a small boat with 8 passengers all from the Daintree Ecolodge and Murray leading us. It was a ...
Our day started with scooping out the flesh of a nice ripe mooshy Black Sapote and stirring in some vanilla yoghurt for a chocolatey breakfast treat. Next we packed our gear for a day on a snorkel tour boat and waited out the front of the caravan park to be picked up by the shuttle bus. We collected others from their accommodation also, and were taken to the marina where we boarded ...
... to us, which we are allowed to touch. It is massive and is about 80 years old, we later come across another clam which is about 100 years old. The water is very salty, and when you try to dive down it is very difficult to get more than 6-8 feet below the water but it is so lovely under the water and very peaceful. We also made a new friend called Angus. Angus is a male wrasse fish and is about 1 metre long. He always comes and makes friends with ...
Arrived in Port Douglas after following the coast up from Cairns .... a really picturesque drive.
Arriving in Port Douglas the first thing we noticed as we reached the township was plenty of Motorhomes and Caravans parked around the jetty right in town. Great we thought , you can free camp here after being unable to find any listings on wikicamps. We parked and chatted with the " campers " and found you definitely can't free camp and the ranger polices this regularly. ...
... sound. We had to wait nearly an hour to get onto the ferry and they charged $24.50 return. Had lunch at Jindalba Boardwalk, but $28.50 each pensioner, so gave it a miss. Then further north to Marrdja Boardwalk (free) which was over the mangrove swamp down to Noah Creek. Along the way we came to the most amazing tree. It was ...