Daintree Wild Bed and Breakfast
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... were signed, leaving all our worldly goods to them if anything happened. We had stopped at the "Bottle Store" and the supermarket and started our drive up to the Daintree Forest Reserve. It was getting late by now and we were desperate to get over the river ferry and get to the most northerly point to start our exploration of all the tropical forest beaches and boardwalks on the way back down tomorrow. We were looking for a large pull in by the side of the very ...
... level of luxury that she'd just seen. Poor thing! We watched the boats being secured at the marina and some being taken up river. There was an eerie silence in town as people prepared for strong winds and rain. After a tour of various Port Douglas sights we set about doing the same in our villa and preparing for all eventualities. Sandbags at the door, emergency bags packed and at the ready - we hope for not too bad a night and that all will be well in the ...
... 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 ...
... to use a ferry to cross the Daintree River. It was $27 for us and the car, but I can’t see how it was worth that. The trip was about 2 minutes.
Continued going along. Kept thinking we were nearly there, we saw a shop and Ari said it was about 40 minutes to walk from the shop to the place. About 40 minutes later driving we’d reached Cape Tribulation Beach, all we needed was house on the end and we were there. Though the road had ...