Wait a While in the Daintree
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... search of an elusive Cassowary. A giant upright bird its part of the Ostrich family and endangered like everything else awesome. The yellow and black kangaroo signs here have been replaced by the silhouette of this bird to warn its favourite predator - the speeding car, of its crossing points. We found another miniature mammal with kangaroo hind legs, and plenty of bird pooh on the trail, it's a good job these guys can't fly.
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... a lovely chocolate milkshake! Afterwards we went to the local ice cream factory and shared an ice cream! It was different fruit flavoured, I can't remember the names but it was yummy. We then got back to the camp site and had lunch before lazing about on the beach for the afternoon. We then cooked dinner before going to sleep listening to the waves one more time. Cape tribulation was awesome and was amazing to see. I would ...
After a very few power naps, a lot of discussing horrible food and rob as company for the WHOLE 24 hours, we finally arrived at the reef villa in port Douglas. We jumped straight in the (freezing) pool and relaxed until we passed out.. All before 8pm! Pictures of the day include Byrns nudiness on rob, the gorgeous villa and the ...
... Lime water. The next hour was spent tasting 10 different exotic fruits from around the globe, all grown on the property. They were all very different from each other, ranging from citric to what one would describe as mush and all had very distinct and varied tastes and textures.The fruit I wanted to taste most was the Dragonfruit and it was as I had expected... The best was actually Pomello which is like a grapefruit which I really ...
... to the van. Not quite the swim before breakie that we had planned, dad had managed a run and a dip! Just out of greymouth mumma decided it was her turn to take control of the venga bus and so she drove us further up the west coast stopping first at Punakaki which is where the pancake rocks and blow holes are situated. The weather wasnt wild enough for the blowholes to be working but it was still cool. Coffee stop and purchased some nz honey before making our way to cape foulwind. ...