Paradise Links Resort Port Douglas
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... a the really picturesque beach.
We were going to head back but ended up in the courthouse pub playing pool, true holiday style! Thomas won one. I won one and at this point we think it's wise to stop given the competitive (and therefore potentially mardy) 4 year old.
The evening brought some amazing prawns from coles, accompanied by salad, dips and a nice cold bottle of ...
... car because of the heavy rain. We were hoping to see a Cassowary but they were not co-operating. However in one of the side roads we saw a large black boar. It ran alongside our car for 200 metres before disappearing into the forest. Just a few kms up the road was a tea plantation. Lunch was a picnic at Cow Bay which is a picturesque landmark where one of the creeks flows into the ocean. After that the rain seemed to be increasing so we headed back to the punt to get back to the ...
... plants that it looks like the rainforest is reclaiming it, At Kuranda there is a large market with
all manner of different stalls, heaps of eateries and a very impressive icecream shop. After we had lunch and saw everything we wanted to see. we caught the skyrail back down the mountain. This time we were high above the rainforest looking down below. We stoped at two stations on the way down, each time getting off and walking around in ...
... what they call the worlds biggest Burger (no need for dinner tonight) and Michelle had a Burrito. Then over the road for a fruit smoothie and head back to the unit as we were booked in for a night walk with the owners.
Before it was dark Carol asked us to drop in as she has small 3cm bats which she thinks were horseshoe.
We met them at around 7 and headed over to the playing fields in ...
... one of the dancers took the sticks and actually got the fire started. Greg got a returning boomerang for volunteering.
After the ceremony, we went back inside where we had a buffet dinner before the main part of the show started. During the show, they showed us a number of traditional dances (including the kangaroo, which we had already seen). At the end, they taught us another traditional song and dance about a water bird. Our table had to do the singing portion of the ...