Cow Bay Homestay
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A six thirty start and we set off for the Silversonic, our boat which would take us out 20 miles to the Agincourt Reef. It was a comfortable ride as the sun gained in intensity and the morning temperature rose to 30 degrees. Lots of safety instruction as we were informed the water temperature was at 26 degrees. Even Judy was looking forward to it. Our first dive spot was on the reef ribbon, just on the edge of the continental shelf. We saw lots of colourful fish an ...
... rain forests. The diversity of coral shapes, sizes, and colours is matched only by the diversity of shapes, sizes and colours of fish, clams, sea slugs, crustaceans (especially crabs and shrimp), sea cucumbers and a host of other life forms that make the coral reefs their home.
Corals are small animals that live together colonially and have formed a partnership with specialized algae of different colours that live within the coral. The ...
... It started glowing because of the algae and during the wet season the rainforest glows at night because of it, would love to have seen it. On the way back to hostel we almost ran over a small python, was just slithering out in the road. We all jumped out the van to take photos and it wasn't bothered about us at all, it even turned to the side so we could get it's best side as we were taking loads of photos.
We stayed in a wooden hut in the rainforest was pretty cool. ...
... seemed to ease off so it was off to the Gorge. The centre is very modern with rainwater being collected from the roof of the buildings - not that you can imagine the gardens needing more water! We paid for the shuttle bus to take us the two kms to the start of the 300m walk - most chose that option - our bus was full. There were still quite a few who opted to walk but unfortunately for them the clouds opened up ...
We arrived here later than expected, but the drive from Cook Town to the Daintree was stunning. The flora was amazing, let alone the mountains. Some of the mountains were so high, the tops of them were in the clouds. The park is a very friendly park. The staff are great. The park is a few years old, but well maintained and clean. From the park you can see the Daintree River. Apparantly, ...