This wasn’t my first time to Port Douglas or the Daintree. In fact I had visited about 5 years before. But it was one of those places that just STAYS with you.
When it came to booking a week away, I suggested Port Douglas.
I wanted to see if it was still as magical as I remember.
Continue reading “2 Magical Daytrips: The Daintree and Mossman Gorge”
I like February so much better than January. For me it means that things are slowing down. And everyone is heading back to work, back to school and back to routine. I love routine.
Continue reading “Let’s catch up: February”
After a few days of eating in Macrossan Street, the main drag in Port Douglas, I was ready for a change in scenery.
I wouldn’t have been able to find Choo Choo’s had it not been for good old Google. And even then I had no idea what a gorgeous setting it would be until I actually got there.
Continue reading “Breakfast at Choo Choos in Port Douglas”
I have a confession to make. I can’t swim.
It’s pretty terrible, being born in an island (Fiji) and then living in a country with some of the worlds best beaches…and yet I can’t swim.
Continue reading “Visiting the Great Barrier Reef as a non-swimmer”
The first morning in Port Douglas, I was a little dismayed.
It turns out that despite the glorious weather and 35degree days, the local business owners consider this the off-season time and most of them close shop for maintenance or for holidays. Only half the stores in Macrossan Street were open which meant my breakfast options were limited. Continue reading “The Little Larder breakfast in Port Douglas”