Mantra in the Village Resort
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... is a casual affair with tables outside under a large canopy. The menu was interesting and i went for coral trout tacos but chris and thomas chose the more traditional fish and chips. The food was really good and we couldn't resist a lemon and lime cheesecake for afters.
So we needed to burn this off and kicked a ball (aussie of course) on the beach then climbed the hill for a great ...
Approaching Wanggulay in the rainforest at night is guaranteed to be one thing… dark. So with 'dark' comes all sorts of other fun adjectives: sketchy, creepy, dark, secluded - even scary. Thankfully all unfounded as we discovered in the daylight of the next morning.
The Apple TV, Wii, and Netflix distracted anyone from any spooky thoughts for the evening. Super comfortable beds ensured any such thoughts were ...
... town at the top of the hinterland. We parked the car at the end of the skyrail and caught a bus to the train station, a lovely old period building. The train takes an hour and a half to travel to Kuranda through the rainforest. Slowly climbing and going through 14 tunnels and across many old bridges. The train stopped at The Barron Falls for everyone to get off and have a look. The Kuranda rail station is another lovely old building with so ...
... a family of Chowchilla who came very close. As we entered some long grass towards the end of the track Michelle found a small brown snake we think may have been a marsh snake. We turned around and started heading back and found another curled on a log. We both had 2 new birds on the walk. The Blue-faced Parrot-finch and the Mountain Thornbill.
Lunch was on the way back at Mt Malloy where once again ...
... to the surface. It is immediately able to feed itself and fly, the parents taking no care of it, only protecting their nesting site.
Tomorrow is our trip to the barrier reef which for most (not me) will include swimming, scuba diving, etc., but I will take the 5 minute helicopter flight. Weather forecast is quite good and today has been warm and sunny!
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