Chez Willow

Address: Villa 3, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia | Villa
 
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      Day 4 - Tony's 40th - Fishing & Port Douglas

      A travel blog entry by suuz on Oct 29, 2014

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      ... from Italy on our way out of Port Douglas. He was heading north, & we were heading south, so we dropped him close to the highway. We stopped near a river at Craiglie on our way back to Cairns. Mark from the guitar shop told us of a local spot where crocodiles can be spotted at low tide. Unfortunately it wasn't low tide so we didn't see any crocs...although I did see a bit of a commotion in the water along the rivers edge. Dinner was at a tirkish restaurant in the centre of ...

      DAY OF WINE, COFFEE & TERMITES

      A travel blog entry by shered on Oct 08, 2014

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      Day of exploring some local attractions: GOLDEN DROP WINERY: a family owned and operated business originally a viable tobacco farm in the 1970’s, but with the demise of the tobacco industry the family diversified from tobacco and planted the first 3,600 mango trees in 1975. The plantation has grown to 17,500 plus trees, making it one of the largest mango plantation in Australia. ....then they moved to produce a commercially viable wine from mangoes. The seemingly simple task ...

      Catching up

      A travel blog entry by bushpigging on Aug 08, 2014

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      ... once again , our progress is not very speedy. We originally thought we would be a lot further now, but between going to country Deb has not seen and catching up with long lost family and friends we have come to realise that plans are mad to be broken and there always be other trips. Plus it is very relaxing just rolling down the road deciding either the night before or that morning on where our destination will be for that day.
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      Indigenous Australians in abundance.

      A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 23, 2014

      ... on the buttresses of the Red Cedar was a call for help. Wonderful sounds.
      We felt the smooth trunk of a tree which was actually lichen and used to reflect moonlight and lead the way at night. We scrunched up leaves and water and made a soapy substance for healing and cleaning. We put bark on embers to make smoke which we went through at the very beginning. This was to get rid of evil and to remove bad thoughts. We tasted nuts and saw hollows ...

      Port Douglas Day 3

      A travel blog entry by 14brian on Jun 03, 2014

      ... van park to call her dad whose colonoscopy went well today. I continued my ride up to the lookout and covered 25km overall. Got milk and bread on the way home. I visited the mirage resort shopping precinct to fine it's basically closed too. There's lot of backpackers around but nobody with money here right now. Looks like another noisy night from the backpackers next ...

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