Shantara Resort (Apartments) Port Douglas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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It's Saturday and our time here in Cairns is nearly over. Taxi to the airport is ordered and we just need to vacate the room. Another hot day is forcast here with no rain. This the last day of summer here. The rainy season runs from December to March and the locals say that the rain so far has been low on volume. Everything looks very green here to the untrained eye however. Soon the flight to Melbourne, between 4 and ...
... Frank which is a anomu think that's how you spell it. Back on the boat we had a little lie in the sun to dry off, was so glad to get out of the wet suit. We then had our champagne on the homeward bound journey, For dinner we went to Lime Tree and Karen and Paul joint us, unfortunately Micky had to see a doctor because he has a chest infection, the doctor came out to him and prescribed antibiotics which we need to collect in the morning. Poor thing was up all night ...
... a guaranteed tour of the mangroves and just maybe some crocodiles in the wild. The tour reception is a sign at the side of the road with a warning not to go onto the beach at the creek side. We were early, so parked up in the shade, Julia was out like a light, I left Emma with Sam Cooke and I went exploring, at the beach side. Our guides turned up and welcomed our group of six onto the only boat that has permission to tour the National Park. Two swallows dive bombed us as we sailed ...
So diving the GBR has been somewhat of a bucket list item for me. I spent a heap of time asking around and finding the best dive company. So i went with Calypso. We were picked up from our hotel at 8:20 and taken to the marina. We headed straight down to the dive boat, which was massive and comfortable. The winds were 25-30 kmph so it was a pretty rough ride. Lucky they had sea sickness tablets. Haha I had a really busy dive ...