Wait a While in the Daintree
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... the album, it is where the reef meets the oldest rainforest in the world - spectacular. Stopped off on our way back at the Daintree Ice Cream Company where they grow exotic fruits and make and sell ice cream on their land - the flavours we had between us were banana (for ian - yuk), passionfruit, wattleseed (like cappucino) and blacksapotole (like chocolate) - delish. We also drove through Palm Cove before arriving back in ...
... For $12 (£6.53) the most obese man in the world drives you to the start of a 4km trail. There were Aussie's to be seen along the trail if you tread lightly and looked carefully. They pointed out a Frill lizard that defends it territory by running up your leg. It posed for some pictures, only running at me once. Wild turkeys scratch around the litter and the parasitic fig trees make cathedrals of their buttresses around their smothered hosts. The creek here is clear and cold and ...
... walks through the forest by Coopers Creek. We dined with our Italian friends at the Heritage Lodge, we met on the previous day on the tour- Silvia and Andre ( newly weds on their Honeymoon), then a venture out into he dark forest with a tour guide and flash lights to see what we could ...
... stands, all a lot of fun. Then we walked up to the Main Street, had lunch on the side walk at a cafe and then headed into the local Chinese massage rooms for a very enjoyable massage. Walking back to the car we visited a few more shops and just had to buy a few pieces of clothing and even John lashed out and got a new hat. Back to camp for a lazy afternoon and pack our bag for our big day tomorrow as we head out to the Great Barrier Reef for the day- so looking forward to ...
... muddy river bank often blending in so well it was hard to spot them.
Following the cruise, which took an hour, we took the car ferry and headed north towards Cape Tribulation. We called in at a Discovery Centre but sadly it was quite cool and started to rain so without the right clothes we weren't able to make the most of it. Amazingly as we walked in so did David and Fran Robinson from Wellington. David is ...