Cape Trib Exotic Fruit Farm
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It was a nice early start this morning for our trip to Cape Tribulation. I was up and about just before our alarms went off at 6:20. This is so early that it wasn't even today back home. Becky wasn't responding well to my urges to get up so I had some breakfast and called mom for a very brief chat. Turns out the charges to call home from Cairns are more than from Melbourne. Go figure. Once Becky was up and we had everything ready to go we headed out and off ...
It was a superb birthday dinner we enjoyed in the Piazza Restaurant with an Italian theme - antipasto in a filo basket, chilled tomato & watermelon soup, scallops and risoni for mains and an impressive choc trio dessert. The wait staff sang Happy Birthday and presented a cake and candle - felt very celebrated. We are sailing down the coast today in beautiful weather. ...
... going to do until then!? There is one cafe by the beach but other than that there is nothing. Absolutely nothing. The air is foggy with humidity and the sound of crickets and rain on the tin roofs is all you can hear. I've never experienced rain like this before. You hear it coming, getting closer and closer & then pow- It hits you or it pounds on the roof like a drum. And this is the cue for the cricket chorus. When the rain ...
... it was surprisingly cool.
Venturing half way down the mountain range to Kuranda Village, we spent the remainder of the day in the relaxed atmosphere of the local markets. The entire town is a market
place with hundreds of shops and stalls, cafe's and eatery's lining the streets.
The next day we ventured through Redlynch to Crystal Cascades 20 minutes from Cairns. Only a short, scenic walk which follows a concrete path along ...
Today was our trip to the Great Barrier Reef. We were picked up at 7.30 and taken to the marina to check in. Our boat was quite small- only 30 people- compared to some of the others we passed including one monster that had 4 floors and looked more like a ferry, it must of taken over 200 people out diving and snorkelling ! It was only an hours trip out as Port Douglas is the closest town ...