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Woke up to more rain, been raining all night. Great this is getting to us. Every time I sit on a chair, WET bum! getting a bit frustrating as nothing is drying and mould is growing on everything in front of our eyes. So today we decide to go for a drive, we will head to port Douglas at least we will be out of the rain. We ended stopping at cairns tropical zoo, still raining, need an umbrella for this one. The zoo isn't very good but what can you expect, it's not Melbourne zoo. A ...
... boats. Also get to see the painful Gimpi Gimpi plant (Also known as The Stinging Plant). It has thousands of glass needles on it's leaf that sick into your skin and cause you a lot of pain. No cure for it and it can last anything up to 2yrs in your skin. Not a pleasant experience. We stop for lunch at Lake Eacham. See some small turtles and a river dragon. Next is Millaa Millaa Falls. Famous for advertising herbal essences shampoo. Nice water fall and all the ...
... beaches so they have a beach-like pool on the coast). We realized that we had arrived on St. Patty's Day so we headed out to the local Irish pub (where the party started at 9am) to have a couple drinks. We then headed back to the car and slept on a not so busy street downtown, right on the coast.
Outback Road Trip Day 11:
We got up around 7am and headed to a vegan cafe close by for breakfast. It was huge and delicious. We were both ready for ...
... on a savannah type grassland, interspersed with eucalyptus and termite mounds. Everything shimmered in the heat as we headed for Mareeba, from where you can branch off and drive to Broome on the WA coast some 2500 kms away. It will take you approximately two days. I think I'll pass! Once at Mareeba we called in at Coffee World for a tasting session and some lunch. I guess it makes a change from wine! There are around 50 coffee farms on ...
... alike to the untrained eye. We spotted a snake basking in an over hanging tree, nesting birds of varying sorts and joy of joys a small estuarine crocodile sitting log like on a pad of floating vegetation. Again, we were lucky, as crocodiles are not usually visible at this time of year. After an hour or so we picked up Matt and the vehicle on the other side of the river and drove on through ever denser tropical rainforest. The road, which on the map appears to be ...
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