Cairns Harbour Lights
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... cruise. Then back on little bus, and lunch by a river, in a meeting hut. A good barbecue, sea bass, steak and sausages, wine etc, I was still feeling queasy, so couldn't quite manage it. Very hot, and humid, sweat just running off. Short stop at beach at Cape Tribulation, a very beautiful beach with mangroves at the edge( and doubtless crocodiles) .Then ferry over river, and on to ...
... at the desk talking with Larry, Steve Irwin's look-a-like is feeding the Barramundi. Barramundi are huge fish. We got to feed them. They take the prawn dangling in the water with a huge whoosh and splash. I got wet.
We then talk some more with Larry who was with Paul (maintenance). Those two were so much fun. They carried on a conversation about Chillagoe, camping, driving, etc. Johnnie got lost ...
... lunch and went to the cinema to see Mockingjay! In the evening we had our second and final steak and drank with our friends whilst we waited for the bus.
Next stop Magnetic Island, stayed tuned for more fun filled adventures with Emma and ...
... many species of fish, many crabs and shrimps, small species of fish called mud skippers (they can live out of water for a period of time and even walk across the mud on their fins) and many other critters. The mangroves produce seeds that germinate on the branch and after a year of hanging around fall into the soft mud below and rapidly root so as not to be swept away during the rise and fall of the tides. The seedlings establish a new generation and help build ...
... several thousand meters. It's also the most Northerly reef that can be accessed on a day trip and they reckon the more northerly the reef the better. It was certainly a wild ride taking about 1.5 hours to cover the 50 miles however once in the lee of the reef the seas are calmer however a fresh breeze sets up a strong current so you have to snorkel upwind as, when you stop you are carried back towards the boat. It's a great snorkel location, not deep ...