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... and off we went. Rosemary was left on the charge of Jo the young female from the boat to assist her with her time in the water. She had a slight problem with the face mask but after it was changed things improved. She then got a lot of enjoyment out of it. We spent a lot of time around the reef. Loads of highly coloured fish, the only one I think I knew was couple of Parrot fish, the rest were just gorgeous. One by one we returned to the beach for a rest and ...
... back on them or run. 4. Put your backpack in front of you to shield you from their dangerous feet. A bit like playground duty with new Kindergarten kids! After crossing on the ferry the road gets narrower and winds through the rainforest which is just beautiful. Glimpses of the beach through the trees and then up to the Alexandra Range lookout with views towards the mouth of the river. On a clear day it would be ...
... be back by then. I relaxed with a magazine for a while and then decided to go and do one of the little rainforest walks in the campground which was very pretty as it followed a little creek. As I returned to camp I spied Mr Cassowary and his chick wandering through the campground - pretty special to see. With Jeremy still not back, Monica and I set off for the ice cream factory where we met up with Damien again. We dug into the pre-prepared ice cream ...
... nothing suitable available, so we revised our itinerary and replaced Cooktown with a stay at the Daintree Rainforest. All day the scenery had been changing and the landscape becoming greener as we got closer to the coast. Between Mareeba and Mossman it continued to change with sugar cane farms now on both sides of the road. After a short ferry crossing over the Daintree River and a windy, hilly drive through lovely rainforest we arrived at the ...
... rainforest. The Daintree Rainforest is reported to be the oldest surviving rainforest in the world. While in PD (the Aussie’s shorten everything), we had two amazing days exploring the rainforest. During our first, we took a scenic tourist train up the mountainside to the village of Kuranda (elevation 380 metres). On the way we passed by lush rainforest and several waterfalls. After having lunch of French savory crepes (Yes we find little bits of France ...