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... we sat on top of one of the rocks and ate our lunch. We saw an australian brush turkey, just a little bit more colourful than our turkeys. We crossed the crocodile invested waters of the Daintree River by ferry and continued along the road which had become alot more bumpy until we reached Alexandra Lookout - beautiful panoramic views across the rainforest. We continued further north to Kulki lookout this was definitely a ...
... their days scrabbling around on the ground, building nests, apparently. At night they fly up onto a thin branch that has come far from the tree into an open space, this is so that a snake can’t climb up the adjacent tree to get it. If a snake came along the branch that it’s on, the branch would bend and the Scrub Fowl would be off. They only fly twice a day, once to get up the tree and once to get down.
Stopped walking and the guide had a Cane Toad, ...
... to use a ferry to cross the Daintree River. It was $27 for us and the car, but I can’t see how it was worth that. The trip was about 2 minutes.
Continued going along. Kept thinking we were nearly there, we saw a shop and Ari said it was about 40 minutes to walk from the shop to the place. About 40 minutes later driving we’d reached Cape Tribulation Beach, all we needed was house on the end and we were there. Though the road had ...
... a year round resident. A particularly good sighting for me was the Double-eyed Fig Parrot, an unfortunate name for the smallest of the Australian parrots (4 to 6 inches in size), whose picture appears everywhere on advertisements for natural history and birding tours.
After this initial cruise Ed dashed back to the lodge to pick me up then we were off on the water again - this time on a crocodile tour (really an excuse to be on the water). But we did see a number ...
... collect rain water for drinking up at the camp kitchen. We still had a bit of water in the front tank from Port Douglas to do our dishes, so we were fairly well set up. The location of the camp ground is amazing. Right on the beach front with nothing but the scrub and a few coconut trees between us and the ocean. The day we arrived we were happy to just set up camp and chill out for the evening. We went for a bit of a drive to check out was nearby, but decided we would ...