Turtle Cove Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Turtle Cove Resort Port Douglas
Travel Blogs from Port Douglas
... part of what has gone on in these parts for centuries. Tom said that they do not possess the forest but it possess them. They are so in tune, so at one with the environment,that the forest tells them when to hunt and when to gather.
All the senses are involved. To hear Tom calling to the forest to ask for permission to enter and then calling again at the end to thank the forest, was so respectful and very, very moving.
Banging with ...
... awesome. We spent about 2 hrs snorkelling and then had some hot chips in the sun to warm up while scaring the buff banded rails away from our food. Once we had our hot showers we had another glass bottom boat ride, seeing a lot more this time round with giant clams sum big green turtles and a whole range of different fish. Tegan wanted to of some more snorkelling ...
... go 4WD for a few days and enjoy this natural beauty. Near Noosa we also managed to fix Movi’s boot latch because it had snapped off when driving on a gravel road in the Grampians. We ended up driving up and down to Noosa quite some times but hey in Australia 70 km is nothing and its considered normal to drive 140k’s to do groceries. On one of the nights in Kandanga the three of us were reading and informing ourselves about Fraser Island when all of a sudden a ...
... for dinner which was very good. Our choices were linguine with bacon in cream sauce and risotto in cream sauce with chicken and asparagas. Dessert was raspberry cheesecake and caramel cheesecake served with ice cream. Both were delicious! After that meal we needed to walk for a while so we joined the visitors on the streets. We went to a night market where there were several merchants selling jewelry, clothes, boots and slippers, soaps, ...
... turkey type giblets that hang from their neck and can grow up to 6ft tall. We stop off at a small Ice cream factory and get to try their menu. I went for the Guinness one to give it a go. Yep, tasted like Guinness ice cream. What else were you expecting? Next stop was Alexandra lookup for a view over some if the forest. Then onto Mossman Gorge 2nd purest natural water in the world. This is were I get my first aboriginal guide. It's all a bit odd when you think about ...