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After a solid night of rain, with no positive sign of it letting up, we hesitated today over our plans to drive north to Cape Trribulation. We decided that since it is rain forest anyway, it seem appropriate and it's still warm even if it's bucketing it down. We were so glad, because as we journeyed north it reduced to a drizzle and eventually stopped even if the humidity stayed up in the 95% range! Cape Tribulation is a headland in ...
... a bed frame, comfy mattress, fridge, water tanks, curtains and lockable storage for our luggage. They even provide camp chairs and table, a stove, crockery and utensils. And the pièce de résistance is when the boot door is open, the bed can extend out the back of the vehicle and be protected from creepy crawlies by a neatly fitted awning. With balmy nights the norm up here in the tropics, ...
... someone noticed that there was another of the spider on a leaf about waist height. Realised that when I backed away from the first spider, i’d backed into the one on the plant!
We walked down a slope onto the river bed, it was dry as they were still awaiting their rainy season. The guide told us about the Red Cedar Tree that was highly valuable and had been mostly cut down. The rainforest we were in had the last one, until a cyclone had come through and knock ...
... the forest at your back.
I went on a two day tour to the forest and stayed in this really cool resort in the middle of the forest. We stayed in Wooden Cabins, with no wifi, 3G or phone signal so it felt so secluded. On the night time we all headed to the beach, sat round a campfire and drank some beers whilst we played guitar and had a good old singalong! We just had to be careful of Crocs sneaking up on us!
Today we arrived in Port Douglas, 42 miles north of Cairns, via the coastal road surrounded by forest and the Coral Sea. The city is home to two World Heritage jewels, the Great Barrier Reef and The Daintree Rainforest. Here the lush rain forest runs all the way down to the sea. Captain Cook first saw this magnificent area in 1770. One hundred years later, gold was discovered and the first settlement was established in ...