On a high in low sea­son

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - FEEDBACK -

an ex­am­ple of the co­ral to be found div­ing on the Great Bar­rier Reef LUCK­ILY I was able to es­cape the wet weather in Bris­bane re­cently and spoil my­self hol­i­day­ing in Port Dou­glas which I found to be very ac­tive.

This is my sec­ond trip to Port Dou­glas and I was sur­prised how busy the streets were.

On many oc­ca­sions the pubs were full and I strug­gled to find a free car park in Macrossan St, even on a week­day.

To add to my luck the weather was the best I have ever seen.

I would like to thank the Po­sei­don crew who took me to the Great Bar­rier Reef on Sun­day.

I hadn’t seen the reef for al­most 10 years and I def­i­nitely picked the per­fect day to go for a snorkel.

I also got the chance to drive to Cape Tribulation which was one of the most pic­turesque and mem­o­rable mo­ments of my life.

To all the lo­cals in the Dou­glas re­gion, you are truly lucky to be where you are, if this is called the low sea­son, the high sea­son must be fan­tas­tic.

I look for­ward to an­other hol­i­day in Easter.

Photo by DAVID MILLER

Spec­tac­u­lar scenery:

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