Mantra in the Village Resort
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... of places that were special to his people. There were women’s places where no man would go. He demonstrated, with the rocks spewed around, how colors were created and how they did ceremonial body decorations. We got some indication as to how the dead were treated and mourning respected.
Juan was a great tour guide as you can imagine. We ended up going across the river and on
towards Cape ...
... the Daintree to look like with minimal intrusion to the rainforest. Just basic walking tracks and a pristine river flowing through it.
The forest again had the huge strangler figs and massive vines hanging everywhere. You almost expected Tarzan to swing through at any moment. The morning rain had made it very damp and humid in the forest, so it was a welcome relief to get to the area of ...
... that extra something to make it into a great day out. Arriving back at the hostel about 7, we just had enough time to go back to the tour place where we had booked everything as we were keen to resolve the issues we had including a lack of information and now cancelling a tour that we got 'free' as a bonus (it had awful reviews online, and someone on the tour today had the same bad experience). Fortunately there were no such problems solving it all, and we felt a bit silly to ...
... bend and see a line-up of cars, buses and trucks which means a wait of about 45 minutes for us. Finally on the ferry and on the road home. We drop off our Port Douglas passengers then for the long haul home. Drop off the Lake Placid people and we finally make our caravan park at 7pm, a long day on the road, but we have seen a lot more than if we had driven ourselves. Finish off Monika’s quiches for dinner then early to bed, two worn out little ...
We made it. We covered over 4600km in just under a week, and have arrived in Port Douglas this Argo to enjoy a week of family fun with Joan and Ray, Bronte and Nori and the girls. The drive from Mission Beach wasn't too strenuous, with loads of cane fields and banana plantations to keep us thinking about our tummies. It had absolutely bucketed down as Cam and I packed up ...