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We left for Cape Tribulation on Wednesday morning. We drove through Kuranda and had a quick look at the small village which is very touristy. We drove on and stopped at Mossman Gorge for a look. You can't take your own vehicle up there anymore and you have to either walk or pay to go on one of the buses. It was $21 for the family. The gorge was lovely and Jackson had a swim. Too cold for all the rest of us. It was really nice but we thought the Tully gorge ...
... thought we would treat ourselves. Besides, we noticed a big kids play area on our way past, so knew they would be entertained while Jase and I enjoyed a cool bevy. The walk to the resort was a warm one and we certainly knew we were in North Queensland now. After a lovely lunch we went back to our camp and then decided to venture down to the beach. It was a gorgeous afternoon. All of these North Queensland beaches with their coconut palms are just so picturesque. We noticed ...
... campsite we were lucky to be at the back not on the beach front because during the night the bats would eat the nuts in the trees and drop them on top of the cars and caravans and make an almighty noise.
Monday morning we all went for a walk along the beach front at Wonga, making sure we didn't go close to the water (crocs), Emily found a huge man made swing which could fit three kids on it. On the ...
... coast there is no head chef and only one lady working who is now leaving her post in order to come and pick up her only 4 customers for the evening in the managers car. Hilarious. Mum made it even funnier by asking if the chef was at work yet? Whether the courtesy car gets used very often and whether the restaurant had busied up yet? Haha. Nice one ma. Leech and I were cracking up in the back of the car. So the restaurant was empty apart from one other couple but in the end this ...
... relieve I’ll feel to pick-up my rucksack, hop on a bus, get down to the hostel, knowing I have done enough and finally being able to relax and enjoy all my surroundings.
With Easter upon, I find that the bunny hasn’t been eating his veg. Carrots on top of more carrots, I find in Sunday’s bins but no choccy eggs though. That’s a bugger. That said, Donna brings a tradition, by handing out some small eggs. They go down too easy, and bring a touch ...