Peppers Beach Club Port Douglas
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
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Arrived cairns picked up the car from the airport. We're very hungry looking for places to eat when to the cairns town around found a restaurant with lots of vegetarian choice. Honey ordered beef burger and I ordered Mexican burrito, waited for half an hour finally the food came. After lunch went to checkin but was too early so drove around bought …
... by. There wasn't must to give away how big he actually was, until we came back a few minutes later for feeding time. When he came out of the water, tempted by the keeper's offering of several little chickens, his full size was revealed... 50 years old, over 4 metres long and still growing, built like a nuclear bunker and with jaws that could snap you like a twig... An ultimate predator. It was kind of humbling to see such an incredible beast up close like that - seeing them on tv ...
... the more different stuff ye see like termite mounds, we passed one lot that looked like a graveyard with all the gravestones scattered all over the place, these are small mounds in comparison with some of the monsters ye meet around the place.
We arrived in Karumba, hot, dusty and tired but cold beer and sunset awaited us...great spot and the size of the fish they catch here are incredible, I still think the only way to fish is with hand grenades.There was a great ...
We decided to take the coastal route to Palm Cove for some different scenery. Passing fields and fields of sugar cane and banana plantations, we were stopped on numerous occasions at railway crossings for long trains of raw sugar cane. Arrived in Palm Cove to Kim and Andrew Morgan from Perth. Lovely to finally get here... The Morgans had had car trouble crossing from WA, so their car was ...
... scared the **** out of me. kaplonk. We then head to the botanical walk called the marrdja boardwalk. Beautiful all mangrove areas, get to the end where there is a river. In the distant hills you can see a waterfall. I also saw an Ulysses butterfly, they are so spectacular but so hard to capture on camera as they fly really fast. From there we stop at Thornton beach for some lunch. It's right on the road and such a beautiful beach. After eating I head towards the ...