Rendezvous Reef Resort Port Douglas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... cars down as the area is home to the Cassowary. We are on the lookout for Cassowaries and a campsite for the night. Stopped in at a couple of the campsite and most of them were fully booked due to the school holidays. We drove right up to the top of Cape Tribulation where the sealed road ends and then went for a long walk on Cape Tribulation beach. We were dying to go for a dip in the ocean but with all the stinger and croc warning signs up we did not, but we ...
... have to get back to the van for Honey who had been by herself for 5 hours by the time we returned. But never a toiletting accident. After returning to the van for a late lunch & giving Honey a walk we then drove down to Pt Douglas, which is a really iconic place. Well these days it is like Noosa on steroids. It is seaside development led by developers and seems to be over the top. But the destination & weather is great. It is well presented, shops galore, amazing parks ...
... he cancelled the order, but they apologised and gave it to him in a "doggy bag" (see pic ) $13 for that!! I ask you.
26 July. Awoke to a warm but cloudy day, had breakfast and at 9-30 (68.7km) on clock we drove down to the local craft and produce market, walked all around for 90 min lots of colourful characters, Don & Di had a fresh coconut. We then drove up Flagstaff Hill for a view of Port Douglas. Then drove on to Mossman gorge, paid $7.60 each for the shuttle ...
... walk up the short distance to Kuranda shopping precinct. The place is jammed packed with tourist shops some of which are extremely expensive, however some we think are reasonable and we are particularly surprised at how cheap original art works are compared with home, no purchases however. Walk the town to have a look at everything then a light lunch before heading back to the Skyway for our journey back to Cairns. We have to be on ...
... garlic, lime and chilli. We looked at some traditonal aboriginal hunting weapons and nibbled on the fruits, and damper with fresh coconut and golden syrup. We also tried some green turtle meat that they had caught previously. It was a like a combination of veal and chicken and although I felt a bit uncomfortable eating it, it was actually really quite tasty. We watched Juan cut up the crab. Live. Not one for the veggies this.