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... there again. The rain was really heavy whilst driving along, but by the time we’d go to the place it had gone. Went and did the walk around the discovery centre again, including the 112 steps up the canopy tower and 112 steps back down! Didn’t hurt my legs as much this time though. Took a while walking round so that we could see everything. Didn’t spot a Cassowary agin though.
Started to head back to ...
... were. Also realised how high up we were now, was really weird as we’d only been at sea level a few minutes ago. Left there and headed back to the Koala.
Koala was just as deserted as before, even the 2 other people had disappeared. Went to have another game of pool, decided we’d do best of 3, Ari won again. Ari wanted to do best of 5, I managed to pot the black, we continued anyway as I put the black back. Ari won that ...
... just down the road, they grow their own Passion Fruit, Mango, Raspberry, Jackfruit and Black Sapote Seed flavours, we left as a tourist packed bus arrived.
We were staying back across the Ferry crossing in The Daintree, the attendant pointed out a crocodile moving by the far bank and thirty minutes later we arrived at Daintree River View Caravan Park. We got a bone crushing welcome handshake from Peter, the a Akubra hat wearing, Segway riding manager and one of the ...
... He also demonstrated traditional plant use, identified bush food sources and context for the aboriginal people who lived in the traditional way.
Traditions like making bush soaps were demonstrated. When the right type of leaves are picked and crushed, adding water while rubbing the crushed leaves in your hands creates a lather that can be used for washing. After rinsing off, your hands feel soft as kid gloves (who needs Skin So Soft?).
Body painting is ...
... and growth). Some of the trees with large fruit have experienced a decline as the habitat and population of cassowaries is reduced, only about 25 percent of what it once was. The bird is shy, but capable of inflicting injuries to dogs and people, although fatalities are extremely rare (only one recorded human death). Always be wary - especially when chicks are about. Descriptions/warnings/cautions (Be Casso Wary!) are placed everywhere there are cassowaries and remind us of ...