The Port Douglas Queenslander
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... never find. We did get extra socks to he has backup bandages. And we
also got some missing supplements he needed. While we went into every store of interest in Port Douglas, I did not buy anything for gifts as we are hoping to get some Aborigine something to bring home and hope that we’ll see something soon that will fit the bill.
We also went into the equivalent of a dollar store ...
... just can't drink as much as us scots so they use smaller measures lol... Both the fish and chips and beer went down great :-) We booked our Great Barrier Reef trip with Calypso and wow we were not disappointed. We were picked up from our hotel at 8:20am and taken to our boat. We then motored for 1 1/2 hrs to the outer reef, to a reef know as Opal reef. We anchored at the first of our 3 sites for the day. We dawned our wetsuits, diving mask, snorkel ...
Arrived here about 11.30 and set up. Thought we'd try setting up sat dish again. What a pain. Since we left home we have tried about 4-5 times and 2 times we have got it with the help of fellow campers. After trying here for about 2.1/2 hours, we asked a neighbour who said he was a TV man to have a go, but after him trying 1.1/2 hours with no luck, he said he'd be back in the ...
For the next leg we were traveling without the trailer.
It was abandoned in Carlton's front yard.
We stopped off at many points of interest along the way.
The scenery along this section of the coast is magnificent just like in the brochures.
We stopped off in Port Douglas for CJ to top up on tetra packs of orange ...
... humid heat hit us when we walked down the steps of the aeroplane at Cairns airport. We drove an hour north to Port Douglas along a windy coastal road that seemed very close to the sea. The signs declare "Cairns where the rainforest meets the ocean" and it's true - volcanic peaks covered in tropical bush with coconut palms nestle up to the sea. It reminds us of a mix of Indonesia & ...