Cape Trib Farmstay
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Well this was a total delight. Vicky was amazing and went well out of her way to make our stay memorable. The room was lovely and the facilities more than expected. I would total recommend this farmstay to anyone.
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"Rain" so we slept in had a late breakfast (9am) and then watched an episode of Survivor (GC was voted off).
By this time the rain had stopped so we went for a walk on one of the board walks and a Geocache down on the beach.
After lunch at Mason Cafe we had a look at the local swimming hole (bit cool for us) and then headed as far north as …
Started the day getting up at 6 for a morning cruise at 6:30 with Chris Dahlberg. Although it was a tad cool it was a clear morning as last time we did his Daintree cruise the fog didn't lift till we were about half way through.He showed Michelle a lot of birds and found us a cute green tree snake. On the way back to the wharf we came across a cow …
... Daintree river where our car and trailer, and the Morgans, took up one whole side lane of the ferry much to the queues disappointment. All the beaches have crocodile and stinger warnings... We camped at a camp ground - with facilities - and overnight had our first tropical downpour which was short but ...
After the tremendous highlight of swimming with manta rays on Ningaloo Reef in WA, we decided that we needed to go all-out for a great day on the GBR. Particularly after our trip in the Whitsundays was slightly underwhelming (well, the bad weather didn't help!).
So, rather than just going to Green Island from Cairns, or the Low Isles ...
... br> Storm Chasers! Yeh Right!
The storm was approaching fast and with a turn in direction we decided to hot foot it out of Cairns. We left camp at 7.30 the earliest we have managed to pack up and be on the road. I thought lots of people seemed really complacent and that was worrying or maybe we were panicking. I don't know but I felt easier knowing we were leaving.
The drive from Cairns to Innisfail was stressful, especially for ...