Eclipse Port Douglas Hotel
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... I took the wheel cover off the spare, it was full of red dust inside, so it turned out to be a very dirty job to change the tyre. Lake Placid Tourist Park now has a small section of outback soil on our site! It got quite windy late this afternoon, and even had a light shower just before dusk. Not enough to worry about though. Packed up a few things in readiness for moving ...
... 30 August) morning heading into town latish for breakfast and a wander through the weekly Sunday markets! We had earlier decided to skip Cooktown this time around, so needed to find somewhere to stay until we could get into the park in Cairns on September 6th. So we drove out the Newell Beach to check out the van park there…..not very impressed! So after contacting Cairns and finding out we could get in a couple of nights ...
... River by ferry, we came across the final mountain pass where the road
– even narrower than before! – jinks and spirals up about 300m to the Alexandra
Lookout before plunging down the other side. Our caravan park was only 16 kms
from the ferry but it took us about 45 mins to get there! Never have we been
more relieved to reach our destination! Pete drove like a star but was pretty
knackered by the time we got in.
We parked ...
... one suitcase with us to the Cape and couldn’t take the laptop as it took up too much room so didn’t get a chance to write these up. Port Douglas is amazing – I really love it and its my favourite destination so far. It has a real buzz at night with lots of people out and about having fun. We went to this amazing restaurant Zinc, fantastic food and amazing service. Back to the little room and so ends another day in ...
... To get to Cape Trip you have to cross a river which you can only do by ferry. It's only a short drive to the other side don't know why they didn't build a bridge :/ Tropical north has lush rainforests everything is green and you don't have phone reception haha On our way we also saw a cassowary which are very big birds and very very rare to see! I don't have a picture as we drove past and by the time we stopped and were out of the car it was gone. But we saw it!! ...