Top spot de­spite lack of sleep

NAME: Ed­win de Vries LIVES: Syd­ney

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - TOURISM TALK -

One of the high­lights for me is when I first walked onto the Four Mile Beach, it was quiet and very calm and just see­ing the size of the beach, but it was a shame the wa­ter was not a trop­i­cal blue, it was sup­posed to look like par­adise but it is brown at the mo­ment.

It has been a lit­tle tough with Ju­lia, we have had a lack of sleep be­cause she is not used to a dif­fer­ent bed and a dif­fer­ent en­vi­ron­ment, but it has not been be­cause of the lo­ca­tion.

An­other high­light was play­ing a round of golf at the Sea Tem­ple Golf Course, it was re­ally good and when I was play­ing there, about half­way on the 9th hole there was a pool and a croc­o­dile ly­ing there - it was a nice course with a great lay­out and it was not too dif­fi­cult.

I would def­i­nitely rec­om­mend to my friends to come to Port Dou­glas on hol­i­day, there is a nice com­bi­na­tion here, you can be ac­tive with the walks here and kite surf­ing and you can also re­lax.

The rest of our hol­i­day will be spent just re­lax­ing and en­joy­ing the en­vi­ron­ment.

Photo by AN­GELIQUE PAT­TER­SON

Re­lax­ing: Ed­win and Ju­lia de Vries

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