Macrossan House Boutique Apartments
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... some music and the crossword book. I think Brad is getting addicted to the challenge of trying to complete one and we got close but still had to look at the answers for the last few words. We were going to have a BBQ but couldn't be bothered taking the stuff downstairs so Brad cooked pork chops in the pan and I prepared salad and we ended up throwing together a pretty tasty meal. We settled in for the night which has been pretty ...
... meets the reef and it is such a true statement. Very lovely and totally unspoiled. Passing by Cape Kimberley, the Rainforest Discovery Centre, Thorton's Bay, Alexander Bay and Bailey Point and at the end of the sealed road, we arrive at Cape Tribulation. We paddled in the beautiful warm waters of the Coral Sea and South Pacific Ocean watching out for any stingers, of which there were none, but we did have a small shark, just under a meter in ...
... most beautiful among us, snorkel gear passed out and high-pitch sales are made for scuba diving, guided snorkel swims, and other means for getting under water. We both snorkelled much of the day, I took the marine biologist’s guided snorkel, and John went under with the diving bell option. The coral tends to be damaged close to the float due to human damage over the years, but the variety of ...
... 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 ...
... the tree trunks, a pademelon (small forest wallaby) and a couple of bandicoots. The next stop was at Thornton's Beach for tea and muffins where we toasted Margaret and wished her a Happy Birthday. We were soon at the Daintree River where we were taken on a river boat to try to see some salt water crocs. It was explained to us that as the water is so warm at this time of year the crocs ...