Coral Sea Villas Port Douglas
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... walking around and then I took part in a guided walk. (Peter's feet were a bit too uncomfortable).
This was the island that Steve Irwin was brought to before being pronounced dead. A beautiful place with a sad history. With the receding tide,by the time we left the island a lot of the coral was showing above the water.
The whole day was well organised with a large crew happy to meet individual needs. On the way back one of the ...
This was a full day starting with a trip on the Historic Kuranda Railway. This railway was and still is, an engineering feat of tremendous magnitude. It was started in 1882 and took 10 years to build. It was a fantastic trip through the mountain rainforest passing through many tunnels and over incredible bridges ending at the Kuranda which ...
We got back about 4pm and decided to head to the surf club for a drink wasn't much happening there, so walked to the TIN SHED ( RSL CLUB) for dinner and drinks.
Walked past the COURT HOUSE HOTEL about 7:30 which had live music playing and that's were we stayed till midnight meeting lots of different people.
Slow TODAY (THURSDAY) rain has cleared so afternoon in the sun by the ...
... meant to go whale watching in the morning but the weather hadnt let up at all and the tour ended up being cancelled so we all packed our bags and started the journey back to Christchurch. Dropped the venga bus back at the airport and were picked up by the wonderful Martin. That evening we got together with family and so I got to know Gill, Julia and Lynn who I am very proud to say are a part of my extended family because they couldn't be more lovely if they tried. Marty bbq'd in the ...
... have had it with us.
The setting is about 300 feet from the main street in town. You walk up a dirt and gravel path thereby getting some of your daily exercise already until at the top, you mount several sets of concrete steps and you observe that you are in a setting inside a rain forest. Stately palm trees illuminated by upward facing lights line the boundaries of the restaurant. Tables are well spaced apart and all have massive chairs made from bamboo cane that seem ...