Cape Trib Exotic Fruit Farm
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... it does happen!). As it turned out, the road was just the beginning of a very, very adventuresome day....and we thought the Ocean Rafting in Airlie Beach was a wild ride!
When we checked in at Ocean Safari, they warned us that the winds were blowing 30+ knots and waves were 3-4 ft, troughing at 6-8 ft! No problem, say we...no to "bad back, bad neck, scaredy pants, can't swim..." and ...
... I know from the west.
These ( females ) are about 150mm across and with a long body about 35mm long whereas the males are no bigger than the head of a match..
We did our usual and sat out on the deck and had wine, cheese and crackers as the sun went down and the forest animals and insects started up their night time chorus.
At 4.15 am John and Bob, our two intrepid travellers were picked up for the one hour journey to Mareeba. Dawn was still a way off when they got into their allocated balloon. It would be fair to say I could ramble on for hours about the flight. Suffice to say it was just a wonderful and exciting experience and we enjoyed every second. Please look at some of the photos. Back at Port Douglas before nine to collect the girls and we headed of to ...
What a day! Our transfer bus picked us up for our one hour ride to Port Douglas to board our Quicksilver Cruise out to the Coral Sea and the outer Great Barrier Reef. As always, we had beautiful scenery to look at as we drove along - this time it was the Coral Sea. Quicksilver is the most awarded reef cruise company in Queensland. They have very professional and knowledgable staff that include marine biologists. They also have a large, stable, ...
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 ...