Argosy on the Beach
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... focussed on getting to their adventure of choice and soon forgot that they looked like out of shape Navy Seals about to embark on a night mission.
Sher, as a snorkeler, selected fins, snorkel and her own prescription mask then headed to the snorkel platform. It was tight as space was tight with many other snorkelers competing for space on the ''launch'' area. Lovely launch stage with stairs and railings - no climbing a rope ladder as I've done ...
That's right everyone, we did actually hook ourselves a few little rippers (all be it they were only a few fins bigger than a goldfish you would win at the summer fair, we still caught it!) We had a great time. We travelled two hours through beautiful scenery of mountains, sugar came fields and rainforest, one ferry ride across the croc infested Daintree River and one picnic stop off and we were in the Daintree. On route to Kimberly Beach. We arrived at Koala Camping by ...
... After a stroll through the shops and markets, we came home via the skyrail. This was by far the best part of the day!!, it takes about an hour, and you get to stop twice for a walk through the rainforrest. The skyrail has some massive spans where you are very high above the ground and at times get some awesome views of the Barron falls, and parts of the rain forrest that nobody has ever set foot in, and at other times, has you skimming the tree tops ...
... tourist traffic through this town and a seniors discount to boot.
Called in to Palm Cove on the way back to have a squiz and found another very nice spot. Very crowded little town with people everywhere and a caravan park that appeared to be bulging at the seams most likely due to school holidays.
Stopped at Smithfield shopping centre and topped up on supplies including some local prawns for $19.90 a kilo and ...
... himself to be hand stroked according to one guide. Coral reefs cover approximately 2% of the ocean floor and include 60% of the biodiversity we were told. A tropical shower appeared at the appropriate time and I stepped outside to wash off the salt water. We finished the day with a north Indian meal in Cairns and a walk along the esplanade teaming with humanity; BBQs, volleyball games, cyclists, runners and dog walkers, all harmoniously sharing the warm evening air. At ...