Port Douglas B&B Four Mile Beach
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... experience with a sharksucker. Right after seeing a shark swim past, this little 5" long fish that was shark-shaped came up to him and just started barreling toward his face. He ended up following us around for a good while. But he didn’t actually want to eat us, just chew on us a little. Another good reason for a stinger suit, apparently if we hadn’t had them he would have latched on to one of us and left a ...
... all the bats in the trees on the way, they were a different type to what we'd seen before.
Ari found one's wing on the floor and I found an entire one on the floor. Can't of been doing great. We finally got back to the hostel, put all the food away and watched some tv.
Went and cooked tea, very hot in the kitchen. Back to the room and had showers then watched some more tv while looking where to go next.
... and Beth doesn’t have any. Shorts all round. A few basics like 50 litres of shampoo and conditioner. Eek! I also need some bloods done for my RA meds - another $120. It’s like water through our fingers all of a sudden - makes me feel panicky.
We went to the post office for Meg’s books but half of them aren’t there which is a real concern. We’ve found the home ed almost impossible with just the internet - it’s so ...
... the bar watching the footy, Tom appeared for a chat. He was great, assured me the Bloomfield is in good condition at the moment and I would have no problems. He then filled me in on a few other tracks and told me about some of his adventures.
Turns out him and two mates are slowly making their way around Aussie also, but instead of using the main roads they have made it their mission to cover as many back roads ...
... sand are excess sand that they roll up and distribute up to a metre from their hole.
We then called into the insect museum which was interesting, Noah loved seeing all the insects he has been reading about at school. It was then a visit to the Daintree Icecream Company where we tasted some fantastic Ice-cream made out of mango, coconut, black sapote and macadamia nut, yummy yummy!!
Our final stop was ...