QT Port Douglas
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- Swimming pool
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... The first successful oil well in Canada was drilled in Alberta into the Leduc pinnacle reef, and here we were swimming above a modern day pinnacle! This site was much colder likely due to the significantly deeper water depth around the pinnacle. At this site Kristen and I opted for a 45 minute guided tour with our local expert Emma. She was young, very nice, and full of interesting information! She seemed genuinely interested in sharing ...
... we saw sugar cane, banana plantations and mango, pumpkin and potato crops.
Although Port Douglas was 'touristy' (and pricey), we really loved its laid-back style, alfresco style of shops and restaurants, palmed beaches and moderate temperature. Our van park was only one block from the beach so we were able to get our first beach swim (in the Pacific Ocean) and have some lovely, long walks along the beach.
... place where the Tropics literally meets the Great Barrier Reef (GBR). We weren’t too lucky with the weather but still saw some beautiful beaches and natural sceneries. We paid a visit to Hartley’s Crocodile Adventure; quite an exciting, interesting and also informative attraction. We were literally surrounded by crocodiles, witnessed crocodiles being fed and watched them do the famous death roll, to sum it up we basically saw Steve Irwin’s prodigy in action. ...
... of the Daintree River, so if you are in Cape Trib and planning on booking one of these tours, then make sure they will pick you up from the northern side of the river, otherwise you will need to pay for your ferry passage back to the other side to be picked up for your tour. It was a good forty five minute drive from our camp ground back down to the river and the pick up point for our tour, so we left around 11 and made it just in time. The tour took us along the ...
This morning we decide to go up to cape tribulation beach, lookout and walk thru mangroves etc, the beach is a little cove and really protected. Walked along the beach, beautiful then head to the lookout which is the photo I took. There isn't as much wildlife here, I expected to see an abundant amounts of birds etc but very few. We then head back to camp after purchasing a lovely fresh bread poppy seed loaf, and have mango ...