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... to be waiting quite a while and the queue was quite long before we went to lunch and even longer when we came back after lunch! We went up to the lookout above the town and saw the ship standing out to sea. We heard before we left Cooktown they were expecting a cruise ship, so I guess that's their next destination. The view along the beach from the lookout was just as good as the last ...
... ones being built and quite a few blocks of land for sale.
The fishing hasn't been so good this year the men tell Dale but that's everywhere apparently.
Tomorrow we head off for the Daintree to look about the bottom half, camping at Lync-Haven Camp Ground overnight, then onto Cape Trib Campground half way up for 2 nights.
Vickit settling in but not a good ...
... and then no town of significance before Cooktown. We arrived at Cooktown after a stop at an isolated roadhouse at about 2.30pm. Unfortunately there was no room at the Park of our first choice & we were told that without a booking that we would be lucky to get in. But we were directed to the most likely park that would take a dog and were lucky enough to get in. It is a beautiful park with beautiful huge paper bark (Melalueca) trees, although we are situated in a ...
... on. Also the huge trucks cannot get into the
cane fields if it’s too muddy. On our third day there, this guy actually
resigned from his job as there were problems with some reckless truckies not
radioing ahead to warn oncoming truckies when they were on the road, leading to
some very tricky situations when two trucks came round the corner and found
themselves head to head. So they are going home to the house that they have
just bought ...
... and have used nature as there grocery store for thousands of years. Prior to European settlement, aboriginal people were nomadic which means they were moving from place to place to hunt and gather food. They had an understanding of the land, the seasons and the food sources. They used methods of cooking, preparing food and hunting including using fish, eel and crab traps, Washing, Grinding, Pounding, Straining, Training, Boiling and Tossing, they used fires ...