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... who gave us some interesting information about the Cassowary. We then headed back to our campsite for a shower, cup of tea and toasted sandwich and then off to our cosy little tent.
Thursday we wake up pretty early to the sound of lots of different birds chirping in the rainforest. Not a bad night’s sleep considering. We get up and have a quick cup of tea and put on our walking shoes at 6am and we are off in search of the Cassowary ...
... ago but has now been restored and stands on the shore surrounded by palm trees. At the lookout, we got an ever better perspective on Four Mile Beach with its forest clad mountains behind it.
We also took the opportunity to go up into Mossman Gorge since it was right on our doorstep – once again, great walks through the forest and we were lucky enough to see the
endangered Boyd’s Water Dragon which, unlike the Water Dragons in Sydney that
... at 10am in beautiful warm weather with calm seas. Docked at the pontoon just of the Low Isles at 11-30. Went ashore I did a little snorkelling, but it was low tide; not good views, plenty of soft coral all colours and blue fish with yellow tails, and fish of a all colours and sizes. Had a nice lunch, then did an Island walk with the marine biologist John, who seemed to be very concerned with climate change, he said every Australian and tourist presumably pays $6 “Reef ...
... rainforest with one windy road making its way up the coast. We pass plenty of signs warning us if cassowary crossings but unfortunately we don't see any.
We go all the way to Kulki beach and lookout, where we kick a a ball around for a bit. Then head to the Dubuji boardwalk which is about 1 mile long. There is ************e else doing this walk, we only bump into a handful of people, and this makes it feel that little bit more isolated. We ...
... only two brave enough to take a dip, Thomas jumping off the rocks into the seriously cold water. A stunning area.
The day had, quite simply been a one off never to forget. Although we were shattered we walked down to the nearest restaurant serving wood fired pizza. We bumped into a couple (sunderland fans) that we had seen previously both on the low isles trip and in a bar, so we sat with them for an enjoyable dinner. Brilliant.