Mantra in the Village Resort
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... River (natürlich wieder bei bookme gebucht) um nun mal ein Krokodil in freier Wildbahn zu sehen statt nur im Zoo. Bobby hatte die gleiche Tour auch vor 4 Jahren gemacht und leider nur ein etwa 30cm großes Krokodilchen gesehen, die Hoffnung war also diesmal ein ausgewachsenes Krokodil zu finden. Leider sah es nicht sehr gut aus, denn zum einen lassen sich die Tiere zu dieser Jahreszeit eh schon schwer finden und zu allem Überfluss war auch noch Flut, ...
... her didgeridoo skills and got a consolation Corona. Their new recruit got some stick from the boss and made friends with Emma. He's from Windsford and also knows the famous Jonny Depp lady, the local with the Captain Sparrow and Edward Scissor Hands tattoos and dolls named after his children. Come to England, we're that entertaining.
We passed on the free beer in town and headed home. We slept a little, sweated a lot and crossed our fingers for a quick solution in the morning.
... world. It took us a couple of hours to finish the tour. I finished with a cup of Daintree tea.
Since we were across the river anyway, we drove to the Daintree Ice Cream Company for another dish of ice cream. The flavours were the same except for mango in place of pineapple.
Headed back to the resort, stopping at the Port Douglas lookout on the way.
For Peter's Birthday Dinner, a ...
... Cape tribulation is part of the Daintree national park so we stayed the night in Daintree village and went crocodile spotting up the Daintree river.They are fairly easy to spot. We were told that if you fell In the most dangerous thing would be the packs of bull sharks that would rip you apart. Nice cruise up a really nice tranquil river though just like the Dee in ...
Before going on our croc watching tour with Bruce we stopped off for a quick brew in Daintree Village. For a moment it was almost like being back in England with the rolling countryside and not a eucalyptus tree in sight. Sara had a go at driving the campervan and she was much better than Matt. Our tour took us up and down the Daintree River for one hour, and more importantly included a complimentary ...