Verandahs Boutique Apartments
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... with a stream that you can swim in although they try to discourage bathers there a good number there. Apparently it is day to get a limb caught in the rocks and come to no good end. As part of the stop at Mossman we were given a brief overview of how the indigenous people had survived in the rainforest area for centuries before the Europeans arrived. Another full day. The heat is wearing and mossies and other things that bite abound. By day's end the pool looks ...
... look at Jupiter and the offending moon. Eventually we had to leave, having made a few new friends and thoroughly enjoying ourselves. Definitely a night to remember, and a fine end to our stay in Ayers Rock. Now we have flown to Tropical North Queensland, arriving in Port Douglas, having driven up from Cairns, this afternoon. It looks soooo green. We have settled into our motel, having been greeted by our host Jim, who is a fellow diver. So now we ...
... s, we met up with Ocean Safari at 8am, who's tour we were joining to snorkel the Great Barrier Reef. This is the closest point of the Barrier Reef to the Australian mainland (only 25 minutes by speedboat) and the least visited meaning the reef here is pristine and undisturbed. Most tours to the Barrier Reef leave from Cairns, Port Douglas and the Whitsunday Islands but we decided to see it ...
... stop was on the River Daintree for coffee and biscuits. Judy held Edward, a young croc and I took photos. We then went on the river amazed at how our boat guide could spot the crocs. We saw a young croc and a large female and just about managed to photograph them. We were suitably afraid of their power and ability to kill and devour other living creatures by the time we met the bus after it had crossed the river by ferry. The river gave us a chance to ...
Today we arrived in Port Douglas, 42 miles north of Cairns, via the coastal road surrounded by forest and the Coral Sea. The city is home to two World Heritage jewels, the Great Barrier Reef and The Daintree Rainforest. Here the lush rain forest runs all the way down to the sea. Captain Cook first saw this magnificent area in 1770. One hundred years later, gold was discovered and the first settlement was established in ...