Latitude 16 Tropical Reef Apartments
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... beer, soak up some rays and take a dip. This is how it's supposed to be day in and day out, but I'm not complaining as I probably got close to two hours of sun all up. The boys got some pool time as well then they went and played a game of tennis. Brad and I called home to speak to Ti and she sounds ok but I think she's over being home by herself and she's run out of money and petrol! We showered and sat on the balcony having a few ...
... Buggers up the chocolate AND the banana, but he took it quite well. Booked our boat for day out to the Reef as it looks like being a calm day. Very excited about that a major tick off our Bucket List. Returned by the little train, had some fun with the young guys running it and the driver who was an old £10 Pom from 56 years ago ,from Bolton . Nice memory. Back at Hotel we ALL went in the pool for a splash around . One of the pools 45 metres long very ...
... salt water crocs drift over the nets with the higher waves. No wonder we hear a little fella call out to his father who was cajoling him into the water, "what about the jellies, Da"?
Our first exposure to the Reef was glorious. An hour and a half boat ride delivers us to a permanent station on the outer reef, closest to the continental shelf. Lycra stinger suits are donned, guaranteed to ...
... Aboriginals. We then hiked some trails in the Daintree Rainforest. It is over 100 million years old, and is another World Heritage site. Our final stop was an authentic Aboriginal Art experience. We felt like we were back in school - having to endure art classes. The rain continued all day and into the evening. We have been warned to watch the cyclone warnings. It will hopefully miss us so that we can make our flight to Melbourne tomorrow.
Above Cairns is Daintree National Park, which is home to crocodiles, cassowaries and bats, and also features rainforests and plenty of beaches. Near Daintree Village, we went on a 1-hour crocodile tour. These crocodiles live here happily in the wild, and are not fed or encouraged to be there in any way by the tour companies. We cruised along the river looking for a croc but were not having much luck. The guide had seen a few small ones ...