Daintree Wild Bed and Breakfast
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... sites such as reconstructed traditional huts or humpies. Upon entering an area of impressive boulders where the presence of the ancestors was strong, Rodney sang a request for permission to enter and asked for protection for for the the group he was leading. Our guide then demonstrated how pounding on a large butress root of a tropical tree with a rock could generate loud low frequency sounds that carried through the forest and could be used to communicate with others at ...
... 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 ...
... 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. ...
... re average surf club menu. If you are ever up this way I would recommend a visit to the Surf Club - the best food we have had in North Queensland.
We drove up to Daintree National Park and through beautiful rainforest to Cape Tribulation. This point will be as far north as we will be going this trip, as the road to Cooktown and Cape York gets a little too extreme for our caravan. Harrison loved the ...
... nice big breakfast. The eggs were so fluffy, and it was so enjoyable to sit outside in such a lovely day and see the day begin with all of its hustle and bustle. After breakfast, we headed north on Captain Cook Highway towards the forrest. It was such a beautiful drive, with mountains on my left and farms and the beach to my right. Along the way we stopped at a WW2 bombing sight, then headed along to our destination. Earlier that morning, a shopowner mentioned that we ...