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... ourselves discussing
things that John taught us on that very scary but informative day.
Our one disappointment in the
Daintree was the lack of birds – we could hear some but it was impossible to
see them because the forest is just so very dense. We did however get a
thrilling glimpse of a cassowary striding through the forest – but only a
glimpse and then he was gone. Sigh... O well, they say Mission Beach, further south,
... the gorge, took some good pic's of the local "Bush Turkey" the called in at Mossman Bowling Club for lunch. Three of us had a very nice "Caesar salad" one of the best all for just $14-50. Don enjoyed a hamburger. A schooner of VB was $5. I spoke with the President Kay McDonald who informed me that they had 147 bowling members and 1700 social members who pay $10 per year. The green keeper Arthur McDonald said that the covered artificial green which was built & laid 2 years ago ...
... birds were great too, we saw a cassowary (with incredible big feet, that thing could do you some damage), but he took a grape from Thomas's hand). There were lots of parrots, lorikeets, kookaburras amongst others and we matched them up as we found them against our spotters guide. A fun visit.
After a quick lunch at home, we were booked onto an hour and a half boat trip up the estuary on the lady douglas boat. We were hopeful of seeing crocs in the ...
... of only four powered sites. With the rain, and I mean 'bucketing down rain', we still saw almost all sections of the park trying to sidestep puddles of water, and the night tour was spectacular with the floodlit waterfalls, and rear castle. Onwards through Mission Beach, Tully and Cardwell to a freebie for the night south of Ingham before arriving early next morning just 25 or so kms up the road at Balgal Beach. What was going to be an overnight stay eventuated into 3 days, despite ...
... it in person. Most of the time I don’t struggle to put things into words and can usually ramble on and on about this or that, but right now I’m speechless about how amazing today has been. From the hundreds of bright colored fish to the sharks to the unique and unimaginable plant life found on the reef itself, it’s such an amazing wonder of the world that the reef is a living ...