Coral Sea Villas Port Douglas
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... We learnt that those we saw were all females
under the protection of the same dominant male – reminded us of lions,
actually… Each female has her own “turf” where she will sun herself on the mud
bank and her own place for laying her eggs. The male spends his time patrolling
the waters where his females reside, on the lookout for cheeky young Romeos
trying to grab an opportunity to mate with one of the members of ...
... a very nice meal. In bed by 9pm. We were knackered.!!!!
25 July. Up at 8am had our normal breakfast like home and then walked down to the Reef Adventure booking office where we booked for the day trip Yacht sailing to the Low Isles on Monday. Then walked on down to the wharf Marina had morning tea, then walking back Don and I purchased sun hats. Bought some fresh prawns and bread from
Coles and beers (30 cans of VB for Aus$53) from a bottle shop. We then walked ...
Today is a busy one and we were up early. In fact we were up earlier than expected with a text from a friend in UK at 04.30 telling us that Nigel Pearson was sacked as Leicester manager, a talking point throughout the day. Anyway, we left at just gone 8 for breakfast with the birds at the wildlife habitat at the edge of port douglas. the wildlife habitat is a compact little zoo which is great for small and young families. We arrived and immediately settled with ...
... that night, and in the meantime we walked down to the esplanade and night markets. Despite the showers and cooler weather, we enjoyed a lovely Thai meal together and I thoroughly loved the company. Just south of Innisfail and on the Canecutters Way, we came to Paronella Park and what a truly magnificent and enjoyable attraction, despite the pouring rain, producing approx 150 mm in 24 hours on the day we visited. This place is the culmination of the work of Jose Paronella, a ...
... gauge tracks. In the distance we could see the smoke from the mill chimney. Our destination was the Mossman gorge,part of the UNESCO World Heritage Rain Forest of North Queensland. This is an Aboriginal area and a local guide took us into the rain forest where we learnt about the flora and fauna that hey live on and their customs. All in all a fascinating insight into their culture. After lunch we checked into our hotel in Port Douglas and went ...