Macrossan House Boutique Apartments
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... wild boar, or camel burger if no one told you what they were and you’d probably like the buffalo and kangaroo burgers just a little better for their addition of some sweetness and a subtle unique flavor variation that we aren’t used to in the States.
Overall Impression: Not much difference in taste between wild bore, camel, and beef. Buffalo, like kangaroo, tends to be sweeter than beef.
After a solid night of rain, with no positive sign of it letting up, we hesitated today over our plans to drive north to Cape Trribulation. We decided that since it is rain forest anyway, it seem appropriate and it's still warm even if it's bucketing it down. We were so glad, because as we journeyed north it reduced to a drizzle and eventually stopped even if the humidity stayed up in the 95% range! Cape Tribulation is a headland in ...
... balm will leave me a wincing, wet-eyed spectacle. To top things off, some little bit of sand or shell must have lodged itself in my bikini bottoms and I've been left with a shallow cut so intensely chafe-prone that I've had to forfeit underwear altogether for the last three days!
Take my advice: HIRE a stinger suit, PROTECT your lips on aaany fast-moving water vehicle, WEAR tighter-fitting bikini bottoms from the first instance, INVEST in copious amounts of ...
... and stacks of handmade boomerangs. There is a shell of an airplane that was wrecked for a movie and hauled in on a truck to be placed in the rainforest to look like maybe it had crashed there for real. But there are no natural wonders or culturally or historically important sites. We took the sky rail here. We will take the sky rail ...
... maybe a shark will nibble you, although I don’t think there are great whites here - just the odd bull shark or tiger shark. Most are (so we’re told) harmless. They just don’t look it to me and Australians are so amazingly blaze about all their resident poisonous painful stingy bity things, I don’t believe a word they say quite frankly.
We were particularly interested in the crocs up here - the stories are ...