Paradise Links Resort Port Douglas
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... not meeting up with David's friends Linda and Terry until late afternoon we check out Cairns.
We park up the bushpig and decide to walk around the city checking out the esplanade. MUCH to Maggie's disgust.... she has to walk...she looked at me as if to say "are you for real?"
She did okay, however I had to carry her for a bit as she got very tired poor princess. She certainly had a smile on her face when we turned for ...
... Douglas was very scenic and lots of places to Free Camp. Would like to spend more time stopping at some of the little beeches and view points. When we got to the Marina, the boat was huge and full. Tea and coffee were on offer and although we had told them about T's dietary requirements they had no soy milk! However after a futile argument with a staff member, another crew member went onshore and got some. Very disappointing to have to make an issue of it. We sat ...
Off to Pt Douglas (brief stop at Apollo to sort a few issues) then headed onto Glengarry arriving around lunch time. Had a swim in their pool and lazed around till we headed I to Port Douglas to sort out the reef trip. Great expectations for a day out on the reef - but the weather gods were not smiling and it was too windy. Phil booked for a dive the following day. The campervan camp at Glengarry was first class with the toilets like ensuite with shower ...
We caught the boat for the 30min trip out to the reef. We visited 2 areas of the reef. We saw lots of marine life including rainbow fish, turtles, dolphins, sea cucumbers and starfish.
We had a awesome time!!!! ...
Big continental breakfast in the breakfast hall prepping ourselves for the Great Barrier Reef. Transfer over to the mariner, boated our boat for the day Poiseden. A large two deck boat. Me and George were ushered into the front cabin to sign our lives away for the dive of a lifetime around the reef. George being the honourable man he is, decided to tell the diving staff about his very rare illness of asthma, unaware of ...