Peppers Beach Club Port Douglas
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
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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 …
We woke up to find 34 vans/campers/motorhomes parked around us! They sure do pack in here, no wonder the locals don't like the free camping!
We we drove up through Cairns (it's hard to bypass), and took a wrong turn that ended up being a good error. The Australian Tank and Artillery Museum was right where we were about to do a U-turn so Gary called in. When he'd finished there, we pushed on up the mountain past Kuranda without stopping because ...
... and told us they'd closed up for the night (at half six) as they'd had no bookings and the weather was so bad. We drove on a bit further and found some lights on at another restaurant. Thankfully they were open, although only for an hour and a half in the evenings for dinner! We were lucky we hadn't left it any later. They were friendly, the food was good and the portions big. There were also various parrots and reptile displays to look at. We were happy to find that it wasn't much ...
... of padmelons, white lipped tree frogs, bandicoot and as we walked around the crake pond Michelle started shrieking and then running around in circles. Apparently this is the best way to stop an Amathystene Python from swallowing you whole.Once Michelle calmed down it was time to head back (apparently). So we headed back to the track. Now this track is easy to find in the
daylight but in darkness with just 1 torch and after ...
... the tree trunks, a pademelon (small forest wallaby) and a couple of bandicoots. The next stop was at Thornton's Beach for tea and muffins where we toasted Margaret and wished her a Happy Birthday. We were soon at the Daintree River where we were taken on a river boat to try to see some salt water crocs. It was explained to us that as the water is so warm at this time of year the crocs ...