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... I figured this would put us one jump ahead of the crowd this way we could see and most things without the crowds, and it payed off. Cape Tribulation and the tide was out, the sand here is rock hard and as flat as can be, totally different from our beaches, no surf at all but still a nice spot. Walked over to Norman Beach, most beaches up in this area are similar with long stretchers of sand that in some places go for kilometres ...
... rainforest with one windy road making its way up the coast. We pass plenty of signs warning us if cassowary crossings but unfortunately we don't see any.
We go all the way to Kulki beach and lookout, where we kick a a ball around for a bit. Then head to the Dubuji boardwalk which is about 1 mile long. There is ************e else doing this walk, we only bump into a handful of people, and this makes it feel that little bit more isolated. We ...
... stubby purchase), we packed and headed to bed.
The following morning, we bid farewell to the rainforest and drove back to Cairns. On the way, we stopped at a few lookout points along the coast to admire the view. In Cairns we bought some supplies for dinner before dropping the car off and checking into our hostel.
We had lunch at a paleo cafe where everything on the menu was gluten and dairy free (amazing). I had fajitas and a delicious smoothie and Mike had a curry ...
... through the trees and then back along the gushing river without a single drop of information/history or knowledge from our guide. Back on the bus he spoke on the piercingly loud tannoy for the whole journey without stopping He was babbling on about his life story like anyone gave a **** & playing AC/DC. No one want's to listen to AC/DC when they've just woke up in the morning! The best thing he said the whole way was "There ...
... way. After we got our Mcdonalds we headed of in the right direction. Needed to stop to get plates and forks as we didn’t think there would be any at the hostel. Stopped in a town called Clifton and went to a Coles supermarket. After we got the stuff we went to set off again. Stuck the GoPro to the window to do a time-lapse of the trip. Coming out of the car park I had to slow for a car, but my left foot wasn’t used to not having a job and slammed on ...