Paradise Links Resort Port Douglas
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We got close to the Cape but Juan felt that it was too full of tourists to bother. So we did a nature hike along a board walk that he had helped build years ago. We stopped at two different beaches and saw where the two heritage landscapes touch – the Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef. We learned that the beautiful blue fruit called the Cassowary plum (Cerbera floribunda). It is poisonous to us and to ...
... River where you could swim. The water was quite cold so we just waded in and cooled our feet. We partook in a little rock scrambling and, as expected, one of the girls fell in. Jess ended up waist deep but unharmed. Thankfully we packed our swimmers so she had something to change in to.
After we had cooled of we headed back to the van, past the sugar cane trains, for tea and a well earned ...
... about it so much. An overnight bus booked for later tonight that will take us down toward Townsville where we have a couple of days of Magnetic Island to hang with more wildlife though of a much more cuddly form this time! A selection of reduced items from the supermarket formed a big but inexpensive tea that we ate hastily having missed out on lunchtime - it might not have been the most fulfilling either, but it did the job. With the overnight bus not leaving till 1am, we grabbed ...
Today is a stay at the park day . It is very overcast and looks like raining at any time.I had a big sleeping in it was about 9am when I woke up. I went down to the beach to take a few pics as the tide was very low. Allan decided to wash the car it took us about 2hours as it was very dirty with red dust. We got new neighbours a mother and son in a little tent son would be in his 50s.don't know ...
... so we also were trying to defrost a bit during the drive. I forgot how nice and soft rain water makes your hair feel.
Cairns to Port Douglas was the hardest part of the drive, and not my favorite kind of road - winding with flickering shadows always makes me feel car sick. No one else seemed bothered though.
At 2:45pm after a short navigational error, we arrived at ...