Latitude 16 Tropical Reef Apartments
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... if they wanted. A couple of the roos clearly had wriggly little joeys in their pouches which was pretty special to see up close. The ducks and geese were trying to get in there too but Thomas was good at shooing them away.
We moved onto the crocodiles which thomas didn't realise were real until they moved. The funny one then went round telling everyone the could see that there were REAL crocodiles. Good job the aussies are a patient bunch.
... park, morning yoga on the beach, fishing on the pier, and we had the great fortune of spending the last 3 days once again with Kerryn’s parents’ Val and David who took a 20 hour train up from Hervey Bay for a quick visit and will now go on their own adventure and drive the van, "Big Blue", back down the interior roads of Australia and down to Canberra in the south. Now it is time to start packing our bags and journey back to Canada...
... time and a snooze filled our day, and BBQing steaks and a walk on the beach filled the evening. Tomorrow we are off for more snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef... The northern part of this holiday has been very relaxing, more like a beach holiday, so it's been a great way to wind up our time in Australia, which seems to be quickly drawing to a close! ...
The dawn chorus had woken us early and we could see the slight glow in the sky through the windows. We hadn't shut the blinds overnight so as not to impede the flow of potentially cooling air. All night we'd seen a galaxy of Southern Stars out of the window , but now the dawn approached. We quickly dressed and packed up, setting doors to manual for take off. Quickly parking the van in the Cape Tribulation parking area ...
... with a stream that you can swim in although they try to discourage bathers there a good number there. Apparently it is day to get a limb caught in the rocks and come to no good end. As part of the stop at Mossman we were given a brief overview of how the indigenous people had survived in the rainforest area for centuries before the Europeans arrived. Another full day. The heat is wearing and mossies and other things that bite abound. By day's end the pool looks ...