Paradise Links Resort Port Douglas
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... ladies at the reception desk and they suggested that we buy some alfoil, they gave us a lend of their cellophane and we covered it totally with alfoil – it worked a treat and had a much better sleep last night – the people next door came home at a reasonable hour 11:30 and went straight to bed so we had a pretty good sleep.
The travel blogs are a bit light on this time because we drive all day to get somewhere, get ...
... four flavours were mango, raspberry, coconut and wattleseed - and they were DIVINE. As we were about to leave, Jeremy and Ollie finally arrived - unbelievably they'd had to wait three hours for the return ferry. But they were happy they had made the trip - Ollie had caught his barramundi (all on his own) and had also learnt how to cast his rod himself. Together we drove to a place called Cape Kimberley which was stunning, with rainforest and palm trees ...
... back, enjoying some drinks and cakes, and chatting with others on the boat about what was seen. Thomas made friends with some older kids.
After a shower we headed down the hill in the rain to "seabean" tapas restaurant where we enjoyed spicy prawns, meatballs, crocodile croquettes, potatas bravas and sweet chorizo. We both agreed probably the best tapas we have had outside Spain. Another cracking day.
... Ferry which cost $32 return for car and van or $24 just for a car return to reach Cape Tribulation. The drive up to Cape Tribulation took us almost 1 hour the road was very windy and hilly, but it was compensated by the rainforest on each side of the road at one point it was so dark you nearly needed your headlights on to see, lovely tree ferns and palms. There was a different ...
... Port Douglas. If this is any indication of how awesome the Great Ocean Road is going to be, I can’t wait to see it. Tomorrow, we fly to Ayers Rock for a couple of days. Our plane leaves at 6:15 in the morning which means we have to be up about 3a to have enough time to drive back to Cairns and grab a bite to eat. I’ve got a feeling these next few days are going to be rough with starting times between 3a-5a every day.