Wait a While in the Daintree
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... maybe too tired after snorkelling tomorrow. We had a delicious meal. We shared a tasting plate of prawns, oysters and crocodile. I had never had oysters before but they were okay. Peter had calamari for his main dish and I had Tasmanian salmon. We accompanied the meal with a bottle of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc (Angel Cove). Finished the meal with honey and lime frozen yogurt with Raspberry ...
We drove up the Captain Cook Hwy which weaves its way up the coast right on the water's edge. The road was very windy and seemed to be very popular with sports cars and road bikes not for very large caravans. The view out of the car was great with little beach coves Rainforests and sea cliffs to look at. We eventually arrived in Wonga Beach and setup camp. It was a great spot it was like staying in a little beach chantey town on a tropical beach.
We picked up the caravan out of storage and drove to Cape Tribulation in the hope that we could go snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef. The day we booked turned out to be sunny with no wind - the perfect conditions ...
I didn't know anything about cape tribulation but now I know it's an amazing place. Our first stop along the road with down under tours is at a look out that shows the Daintree river entry to the ocean. It's an amazing view. There are large brown ants with green bums everywhere. The guide then says, "lick their bums". Now considering I hate ants and well you know, this ain't happening. We then stop for our aboriginal walk in the Daintree rainforest Mossman gorge. ...
... several hundred, mainly young and buff insurance agents descended upon the hotel. We could barely find a place to sit. The staff were really hopping to keep up with them.
We headed into Port Douglas to check-in with QuickSilver Tours at the marina. Talk about a sophisticated operation, this one sets the new standard for delivery of offshore marine experiences. Not cheap at all, but worth it.
Our 450 passenger catamaran departed at 10 AM. It was like being on an airplane ...