House of Willow

Address: 42 Garrick Street, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | Villa
 
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Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

Reef and Rail

A travel blog entry by stoddart on May 25, 2015

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... territorial and extremely friendly. He is known to bump into people so that they will pat him. The edge of the reef drops down very sharply so at some time your flipper can touch the coral then one stroke away it is really deep. After we had floated around for about an hour and a half we got out of the water and had a buffet lunch. After we had eaten we went around the edge of the reef in the glass bottom boat. More fish, more coral but this time ...

Post Cyclone - Hartley's Crocodiles

A travel blog entry by haddons on Mar 20, 2015

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... We visited the crocodile farm which was interesting - each clutch of croc eggs is worth £30k in leather and meat. Croc burgers were being served in the restaurant but did not appeal. Nia loved getting close to the tetchy Cassowaries at feeding time. Quote of the day was from one of the croc keepers recounting tales of people's stupidity resulting in them being eaten by crocs "common sense should be given the status of a super power as so few people have it". ...

Barron Gorge National Park

A travel blog entry by andytolley on Feb 20, 2015

... said she could check us in early, which was kind of a strange thing to say what with us only being half an hour early; she made it sound like she was breaking the rules to check someone in a bit earlier?!

Anyway, we got set up and met a very strange German bloke in our room that looked like he'd had a heavy night. He hadn't, he was just a big sleeper.

Later in the day we got on our way to the Barron Gorge to go white water rafting. The ...

From Desert to Tropics

A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Feb 04, 2015

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... played musical instrument of all time. Later three guys gave a short sequence of traditional dancing, again explaining the significance. All very much playing to the tourist, obviously. After dinner all the lights were turned off, and we had an excellent introduction to the Southern Hemisphere's stars, which was slightly marred by it being a full moon. Should have checked that out before booking! They even had 2 telescopes set up so,we could ...

Sunday Market

A travel blog entry by retrotripper on Nov 30, 2014

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... and ended up in our sister hotel for dinner. After too much food and drink we crashed out in the cool air con back at our apartment. It's hot up here. Sunday and off to the market early. The town is beautiful set on a peninsular with lots of greenery. Reminds us a bit of the Caribbean. The market was big with so many genuine craft stalls, we could have bought loads. And guess what Bill, someone was doing a sea salt scrub - not ...