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... The road had been closed for 3 days and you could see the trees that must have been blocking the road. Lots of leaves and vegetation still on the road. We drove right to Daintree Village. Tiny little place. We booked our Crocodile Express river cruise and looked around. It is here where I spotted the Ulysses butterfly - metallic blue fluttering around a flowering shrub. Breathtaking! I stood until I could get some photos - hard to do ...
... the natural world found in the waters and along the banks of Coopers Creek, followed by an included lunch.This natural treasure has been protected as part of the 3,000-square-mile Wet Tropics World Heritage Area since 1988. Surrounded by the unmistakable air of primeval and sensual beauty, make sure to take a moment to reflect on the agelessness of Daintree and the efforts made to keep it that way.Tonight, enjoy dinner at the ...
... thrones. Paradise found!
The atmosphere is quietly serene with the sounds of nature at night prevailing over the table conversations. We ordered a pork belly appetizer to share and it was so succulent. For the main course, I actually declined the opportunity to have "awesome" beef rib eye and went with Barramundi which is a local fish. Lynne, on the other hand, (John & Nikki head's up alert) was drawn to the Mud Crab dish in any of three sauce styles. She chose the chilli ...
... refreshing, but there were a ton of fish that were not scared of us. In fact, we saw a few of them actually jump out of the water, a couple even jumped up Julie's back and nibbled on her. Jason did not like this at all, I would have preferred no fish, and I began to wonder how we were going to handle the reef tomorrow.
Next Sen brought us to Lake Placid. This area used to be very popular for families, just like the Crystal ...
... so is the sea at the local beach. At the end of our swim the guide threw fish food into the water around us and the surface erupted with foot long fish (Jungle Perch). There must have been dozens of them . It really spooked me at first.
After the tour I was dropped in town where I picked up some "Welcome to Australia" hors d'oeuvres for Don's arrival party. Don did show up around 6 pm. We ate the snacks and then walked to the Chinese restaurant ...
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