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... what the workers lives must have been like and admire the engineering skill that was needed. Completion of this railway allowed the Atherton tableland area to flourish as they now had a reliable method of getting their produce to market.
When going up to Kuranda the train stopped and allowed us to get out and take pictures of the Baron Falls - there is a hydro electric scheme here.
... I felt kind of sick. So, I stopped watching. After that they moved to castrating the male cows (bulls, I think). They don't want to have inbreeding so they do it when the cattle are young. They also had to brand them at the same time. I tried not to watch and after the first I went to the other side and I got a worse view of it. I had to walk away from it because the smell of burning flesh and the cow ...
... fruit and drinks for our afternoon boat ride.
Another city, another casino. On our way to the wharf we walked through the Reef Casino. It occupies two floors of a hotel with slots, gaming tables and areas for betting on races and various other sports.
The afternoon excursion was great. We boarded the Reef Rocket which took us for a 45 minute ride to Green Island. Once docked we got on a glass bottom boat ...
Up early and uncle Brian's bus. We began the tour with an hours drive to Babinda Boulders. Whilst here we walked through the rain forest and man it was a RAIN forest... Unfortunately it rained most the day. This area had many many danger signs and notices of people who had lost their lives to the river below. The river, as the name suggests, homes an abundance of huge boulders. Aborigine legend tells the tale that a female from one ...
... I won't say who won. They also have fancy camping amenities such as outdoor kitchens with barbecues. They even have golf carts with animal characters on them for the staff. The only thing missing was a guy in a mouse costume. The place has more types of accommodations (condos, villas, cabins, ensuite sites, concrete slab sites, etc.) than the first campground we stayed at in NZ has camp sites. Except for the always charming Aussie accents, I felt like I was in ...