At the Mango Tree Holiday Apartments
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Mattie picked us up again this morning at 8AM for another day of diving. We headed out immediately once we boarded Bubbles, as we had already been briefed the day before. We were headed to Agincourt Reef, a good two-hour trip away. Our first dive site was "Advanced Bommie" Pete, our dive master for the day, explained that a bommie is an underwater mountain or pinnacle. I had some problems maintaining my depth when about halfway through I picked part of a stinging hydroid (orangy ...
... vehicles across the treacherous water. The drive was now through dense forest and winding roads littered with signs warning of wild cassowaries. In case you didn't know, a cassowary is a large flightless bird, similar to an ostrich or emu but is deadly to humans with a razor-sharp middle claw, capable of slicing you open with one kick.
Like all wildlife signs ...
... was nearly full to the top of the melted ice cream... It was good though and we both agree it might have to be a stop in the itinerary tomorrow eve :) We had our ice cream and chatted for a bit outside, and then went and got our washing because we had forgotten all about it and it needs to dry. We then got ready for bed which is where we are now - I'm writing this tonight whilst Tom is far too preoccupied watching Formula 1 on the TV.. Hope you enjoyed our day! Goodnight :) T&N ...
... definitely all turned round. Ed and I headed out for a rainforest walk (Rum Jum Jungle & River Walk) down to the Barron River early in the day. Before the heat set in. Nice very nice. Lots of birds and flora - many of which new to us until this visit to Australia. In the spirit of thanksgiving one of the brush turkeys we could see in the forest wandered out, crossed the trail and posed for me while I was sitting on a handy bench. Maybe looking for a handout? Brush turkey ...
... a suspension bridge to see another creek that flows into the Mossman river. There were plenty of people on the track and we were very lucky that we managed to avoid any heavy rain showers - some people we saw were quite drenched. Naomi took a lower path back to the shuttle bus stop while Mum and Celie took the aerial walkway again. We rendezvoused back at the main centre and then headed back into Mossman for ...