Cow Bay Homestay
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... can rip you open. Cassowaries are endangered because they get hit by cars, fed the wrong food, and killed by wild dogs. Wild pigs eat cassowary eggs. Their rainforest is being destroyed, so they have less places to live. Cassowaries are very important to the rainforest, because many of the trees germinate only when the seeds get passed through the body of a cassowary.
So if you are ever in ...
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 ...
... know how he could have spotted it and even though he tried to point it out, not everyone on the boat could see it. When we arrived back at the loading jetty, someone was still cleaning the mud off the jetty from the flood. Saw a little frog there.
On to Daintree National Park. Had to take a little ferry - $23 for the car and us - to the Park. The trees meet overhead from one side of the road to the other. Very narrow, twisty road with ...
... sufficient to have high tea for two at 3;00 PM these two days. It's quite an experience, even if you're the only ones in the restaurant doing so.
Before dinner, a new friend from a creek in the Barossa Valley, Jacob, joined us to share some Shiraz both evenings. (This sentence should follow the next paragraph however I don't know how to cut and paste it on this Android device)
You get a tower of ...
... Probably because by the time we would have left the car it would be time to get back in and drive off.
Once off the ferry, we got a map of the area and drove as far north as we could in our rental car to Cape Tribulation. This area is known to be special because it's where the rainforest meets the reef. We took the short walk to the lookout point to see some trees growing in the water. This walk was the first of a few we did ...