Latitude 16 Tropical Reef Apartments
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... restaurant, which was laid back and low key. We were at the end of the season for the hostel, because shortly the weather gets really hot and the water is infested with both crocodiles and the deadly box jellyfish (jellyfish are called "stingers" locally) After three days at Cape Trib, we were sad to leave. We have never seen such a set of beautiful, undeveloped beaches, hugged by the rainforest.
... stories to the 16 of us on the tour throughout. On the way to the Daintree Forest there was a short tea and biscuit stop, our first sampling of Tim Tams in Oz itself, lots of the awesome stories and I squeezed in a little nap as well. We had a short walk in the forest where George pointed out some cool lizards, creeper trees and many of the hidden dangers such as sharp, stabbing branches on trees or in flowers. The walk didn't last as long as I'd thought it was supposed to ...
... work friend on mine who moved up there. Talk about squeezing every minute out of the holiday.
We just arrived home still feeling good after being on the move from place to place non stop long enough it's become normal. Hopefully we can slip back to Sydney life again easily. I don't really see that as a problem. We had fish and chips down a Rose Bay in warm sunshine looking out and a very sparkly Sydney harbour. Not a bad place to call home.
... reef. The boat which we got on was amazing. It's what I thought whitsundays was going to be like! Soon as we got on board there were apple and cinnamon muffins which sold me straight away! We then set sail to the low isles. The day was lovely so it was nice to chill out on the front of the boat. We got to out stop and had a guided snorkel to the island. Was good, did get a little cold though because ...
... are amazed at how much traffic is on this road, so many people heading for the cape in all sorts of 4WD’s with assorted types of trailers and campers, just as many coming back; just like a highway only on a very narrow road. Our walk through the Daintree National Park is on a good boardwalk but with lots of stairs. We are lucky enough to see a gecko not far after the start of the walk and Cathy gives us plenty of information about the flora ...