Daintree Wild Bed and Breakfast
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... and adaptations to make meaning of who they are today and their place in the world. Unfortunately, there are others who have not adapted or recovered from the bad treatment received from the European colonizers and have become street people in the local communities, something we know all too well in Canada.
Tour completed with serving of traditional bush tea and damper (see earlier posting for a discussion of damper).
Ed and I returned to the ...
... incubates the eggs for about two months. After hatching, the chicks stick with dad for about 9 months. Dad is very protective defending them against any potential predators, including humans. And protect them they can...their three toed feet have sharp claws - one claw is a veritable switch blade 5 inches long. Legs are enormously powerful and can propel the cassowary up to to 50 km/h and/or leap up to 1.5 metres. No way we want to encounter one in a cranky mood. First group we saw ...
... As Daintree village had nothing else to offer other than couple of tour guide shops and cafés we took the ferry and made our way to Cape Tribulation. This is where the tarmac road runs out... We could go no further. You need a 4 wheel drive from here upwards. We had done it. As far as we could go... Sydney to Port Tribulation, with still over a week left to go before we leave Oz. We caught the ferry back and after another river boat trip we headed inland towards The Tablelands ...
... After lunch, we made our way to the end of the paved roads (the rest of the highway leading to Cookston was dirt, which was just completely different than I expected. We pulled into a parking area and made our way on the short walk through the woods to the beach. Cape Trib was named by Capt. Cook himself as he was sailing nearby and had such difficulty with the reef. It's also the only place in the world where two heritage sights - rainforest and the Great Barrier ...
... got a good workout by dragging them up and down the beach. We were advised the road between Cape Tribulation and Cooktown was not suitable for caravans, so we debated whether we should leave the van at the camp ground, and just take the 4wd and our tent up there. The other option was to head south, cross back over the Daintree River and then head out west before tracking north east and up to Cooktown. We decided either way, we would give it a miss and start our ...