Turtle Cove Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... to green again before the worst of modern development rose in smoking chimneys. The Bruce highway took us over Liverpool Creek and past Murder Point winery. This is cyclone country and the damage can be seen in the felled trees, roofless farms and cleared fields.
We arrived just outside Townsville, the gateway to Magnetic Island and the Capital of Northern Queensland. The camp site was for over fifties so we parked between two empty spaces and shushed the American a lot.
... Beach Surf Club for lunch. I had a sample plate of spring rolls containing prawns, barramundi fish and crocodile. We also checked out Australian beer.
We arrived at our resort (Ramada Suites) and found our room (rented from a HX host). It is on the third floor and is a basic studio room, King Bed, kitchen counter, desk, TV, fridge, table and a large bathroom. It will do fine for our one week ...
... places on the east coast; it has its' own thing; a chilled, beautiful, small city which isn't imposing and has a good mix of locals. I would totally recommend visiting here; I am definitely going back! My final days in Australia were spent in Darlington; a small village just outside Perth. I was staying with a friend who I had met in Melbourne which, is good because Perth is extremely expensive. He was staying with his aunt and uncle and their house was extremely cute; they ...
Before going on our croc watching tour with Bruce we stopped off for a quick brew in Daintree Village. For a moment it was almost like being back in England with the rolling countryside and not a eucalyptus tree in sight. Sara had a go at driving the campervan and she was much better than Matt. Our tour took us up and down the Daintree River for one hour, and more importantly included a complimentary ...
... trying to drive the stray cows back in to another paddock and Joe dripping with sweat running after these cows, waving his arms, calling them to get back in "Come on!!!" But to no avail. Eventually one of the neighbours came down in his car, blocked off one side of the huge paddoc whilst Joe ran the full length of the paddock to open another gate whilst I drove along side the cattle. We managed to get them in and had to feed them separately! What a disaster! But lucky for us Ed ...