Peppers Beach Club Port Douglas
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... more colourful and there were plenty of fish of all hues.i had hired an underwater digital camera and took plenty of photos and a few video scenes. When I checked these out later most look OK. After about an hour the water got busy again and I got fed up of being bumped into by swimmers who don't look where they are going, so I gave up before I drowned one of them. Didn't see a reef shark or a turtle but T saw 2 turtles and a big Maori Wrasse on her second trip. Soon ...
... 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 ...
... so dad ended up buying a huge red snapper fish on the way home which he carried over his shoulder in its see through bag using it as a chat up to various women calling the fish Albert for no reason and claiming to have caught it himself using my flimsy pink rod. I BBQ'd the fish and we sat on our terrace back at the mantra hotel tucking into a ...
Nice lie in and then a relaxing breakfast in Cafe Bordeaux. From there out onto the prom deck for a read for an hour, we got a quickstep refresher at 11 and boy do we need it, haven't done it for a while. It seems this leg most of the Americans have got off to be replaced by Australians, give me the Americans any day, most of the Aussies are ignorant, arrogant and noisy. I hope they all get off in Shanghai or Hong Kong and buggar off back to the land down under! Quickstep went well, ...
... blessed to have had. I was more out of my comfort zone and beyond the boundaries of my life than ever before - it is a completely different world to the one I know. Our time in Cape Trib on the Sunday was purely for chilling out and soaking to the surroundings. We did a short walk in the forest, and spent time on probably the nicest beach I've ever been on. The only downside was the inability to swim on the sea due to the presence of stingers. Stingers is the name ...
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