The Newport on Macrossan
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... to the parking lot and about to get into the car and Mike spots a Cassowary crossing the road with 3 chicks, whooooooh. We can’t believe our luck, I take off with phone in my hand trying to get a good shot, but Mike managed to get the better ones with his zoom lens. We are now satisfied with our Cassowary sighting so we continued on our way and next stop was Thornton beach for a look and a cup of tea and then we had to make a stop at the Exotic fruit ice ...
With perfect weather we left the Marina Mirage in Port Douglas, around 9.30am and headed to the Agincourt Reef on the outer reef of the Great Barrier Reef. An amazing feeling to be doing this day as we both had wanted to experience it. Another box ticked!!!! We were on the the waters where Captain James Cook had sailed in 1770 and struck the reef. We chose Quicksilver for our reef adventure ...
... pointing them out, we saw no less than three of them – and there was a fisherman fishing away seemingly quite
oblivious of his danger… This guy lives in the area and told us that many
people seem completely unaware (or uncaring) of the danger that they may be in.
It’s time to move on again – another short journey down the coast towards Cairns, provider of over 600 (yes, you read right!) tours every day!
... is a heritage site and the lighthouse is run by solar power. Sailed power. Sailed home back at motel by 4-45. Drove down to Mango Jam for a light tea, Don just having “Sticky Date Pudding” he said it was wonderful in fact “Up with the best he as had.”
28 July, After some overnight rain, now a sunny morning we had breakfast and Lorraine booked for us to do the “Sky rail” on Thursday. After breakfast we drove down to Palm Cove stopping ...
... for a good air of eeriness.
So, we finish the walk and need some sustenance. A cafe on Thornton beach is nothing too special but we get a decent sarnie and can see the sea from our table.
We head to the Daintree Ice cream Company for dessert. Thomas has a local homemade chocolate lolly whilst Chris and I share a lot containing macademia, mango, wattleseed and jackfruit. All the fruit is grown on the farm where the cafe is and ...