Lychee Tree Holiday Apartments
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... through the rainforest that we went to first. The whole area was pretty quiet at this time of year and there was nobody else in the forest with us. Nobody except a wild cassowary! We only saw him briefly before he darted off into the denser stuff but there was no mistaking it. The cassowary is an endangered species with only around 1,000 left in the wild, with habitat loss, dog and wild pig attacks on the babies, and cars being the biggest problem. They ...
... falls there. They quickly invited us to use their driveway on our way south and told us the best turtle nesting sites to visit. I managed to fix our sink problem only for the top draw to fall off. We're writing a mental list for the Autobarn management.
We woke on Monday with a Cairns detour on our minds. None of us wanted to return and waste a day or exchange the rolling hills, rivers and wildlife of The Daintree for the city. We delayed our return with a visit to Mossman ...
... the 1600’s but never laid claim, strange...
ANYWAY back to Burke and the boys...on the way back from the Gulf they all died near the Cooper Creek at Innamincka all except a chap called King. The Dig Tree is a famous spot where both Burke and Wills died after just missing a search party by a few hours, chaps had waited 18 weeks so nicked off and Burke and Wills land that afternoon... we’ll check out the Dig Tree another time.
The further North ...
... for a while...and no Kiteman was nowhere to be seen.... think he is banned along the Queensland beaches!
There was an ocean liner off shore as well sitting waiting for it's passengers to return from their day journey to the mainland.
We then rocked up to David's long lost friends abode, where we are welcomed with open arms.( I will now let David tell the rest of the tale......)
It was fantastic to see Linda ...
... kept, well worth it. We walked across the swinging Bridge, where we had a miners lunch cooked in a camp oven over coals, consisting of Stew and Damper with a cup of Billy tea, all of that only $10. An other lovely day!!
Saturday morning Market down the road and off to Mareeba to "Coffee Works "where we, well and truly had our fix!!We did the full bit where you could taste any of their local, imported or blended coffees, as well as sample their ...