Martinique on Macrossan
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMartinique on Macrossan Port Douglas
What can I say...was supposed to stay a week and stayed 15 days. If you're looking for clinical large resort accommodation then this may not be for you but I am quite particular about the feel and cleanliness of a place, whilst wanting somewhere different. This was exactly what I was looking for. Right near the beach, owners are intelligent and friendly. Couldn't see any other accommodation I'd have preferred and took a cycle all round town!
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... became full, I got comfy on the sofa and fell asleep.
When Cha woke me up in the morning, we both were still drunk and trying to get out of the hotel was so funny. It was like a maze and we just couldn't get out, we were looking at the map on the wall and just ending up somewhere different, was so funny. We eventually did get out and made it back to our hostel where we spent the afternoon dying. ...
... Cape tribulation is part of the Daintree national park so we stayed the night in Daintree village and went crocodile spotting up the Daintree river.They are fairly easy to spot. We were told that if you fell In the most dangerous thing would be the packs of bull sharks that would rip you apart. Nice cruise up a really nice tranquil river though just like the Dee in ...
... and we were all fascinated with the houses surrounded by sugar cane some of which would have been over 2 metres tall. Drove up to the Daintree where we caught the ferry across ($24 return) then drove straight up to Cape Tribulation. What an incredible part of the world, beautiful sand beaches it's just a pity you can't swim in there due to the crocs and the jelly fish.
It was on the way back down when we ...
What a spectacular day out. Wave Dancer took us out to part of the Great Barrier Reef to just one of the nearly 3000 Islands. The boat can take 150 people but there were only 39 on board for our sailing yesterday. Two big sails to assist the motor made it a picturesque vessel and great to sail in. There was a significant swell coming home but we felt fine. Unlike the significant swell and the accompanying feelings on Fouveaux Strait some years ...
... we got free Wi-Fi which we just had so much trouble to log on to!!!!! (Just the wrong Generation) Anyway we were helped, very patiently by a young staff member with much admiration on our part!!
On our way to Atherton we did stop for a lovely morning tea at Ravenshoe, at the very busy Bakery. It was a very hilly and windy road but with beautiful scenery, which only the Passenger could really enjoy. At one stage, after some roadwork's, we were 8 Vans and a ...