Chez Willow

Villa 3, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

4 mile beach

A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Jul 21, 2014

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... on the water.
We had a late lunch and decided to head back to our fishing spot. We both caught 2 fish and we both had a large one on which escaped with the hook in it's mouth.
We tried to fillet our fish but there was not too much on it. The good news is we are improving...
It was again a very relaxing day with a beautiful sunset to finish.

To be continued,

Kan niet geloven dat we al 2 ...

Exotic Rain Forest

A travel blog entry by outbacktravels on Jun 03, 2014

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... farm.On arrival at the lookout and large beach frontage, the rain turned into a torrential downpour. Not even I armed with my trusty camera was going to brave that in just shorts and a t-shirt. The roads quickly became flooded and it persisted for an hour, but as quickly as the roads flooded, as quickly as the water disappeared out to sea.
The exotic Fruit Farm tastings was in tall order and on arrival we were greeted with a nice ...

4th Update OZ: From Victoria to North Queensland.

A travel blog entry by movi on May 31, 2014

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... 8217;t go for his second year visa and therefore, we stopped our search for farm work in the area around Cairns. Funny enough, in these couple of days that we were applying for farm work positions we even received an offer to work on a small farm cattle farm near Brisbane. They would have accepted both of us but because they only paid little salary and could only pay one of us we declined the offer.

After having left Townsville we landed at a campsite near Rollingstone ...

Cairns: Uncle Brian's and Cape Tribulation

A travel blog entry by lharbert on Apr 23, 2014

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... people use the rainforest and how it is significant to them. There are these trees called 'figs' and they work in a really interesting way. The seed is deposited in the tree canopy and the sapling actually grows over another tree and wraps itself around it. The host tree eventually dies but the result looks amazing. The guide told us how these trees are sacred to the indigenous people and for whatever unknown reason they used to bury their dead inside the tree trunks ...

Special Birthday weekend away 28/2/14-2/1/14

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Mar 03, 2014

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... beaches along the way and stayed at Trinity beach for a bit of a sunbathe and a swim. There are deadly jellyfish around at this time of year so we had to swim in the stinger net. It was a gorgeous day and it was lovely to spend time chiling on the beach!

Chris made sure I had a perfect birthday and even though I was away from my friends and family, my best mate made sure I had a great time. Thanks Chris, love you!
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