The Port Douglas Outrigger
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... the marina - lovely crab salad where my server was from Glasgow and then a bit of a wander round Port Douglas town. Lots of touristy shops and I acquired some fantastic aussiebums with superheroes. They look like a pair I had when I was a kid which is why I loved em. Saw aboriginal art, lots of swanky clothes and fishing gear. All in all simply fun just wandering in the beaming sun. I'm glad I was here for the Sunday ...
... one of the dancers took the sticks and actually got the fire started. Greg got a returning boomerang for volunteering.
After the ceremony, we went back inside where we had a buffet dinner before the main part of the show started. During the show, they showed us a number of traditional dances (including the kangaroo, which we had already seen). At the end, they taught us another traditional song and dance about a water bird. Our table had to do the singing portion of the ...
... By The Sea'. It was hot and humid but we were excited about our adventures ahead with Beaten-up Barry and seeing a unique part of Australia - the only place where Rainforest meets Reef - and the Great Barrier Reef at that!
In the afternoon we reached the crocodile infested Daintree River and took the barge ...
One month into the adventure and we are still as excited as ever about moving from one place to another. Port Douglas, our most recent stop, is a very relaxed town where most restaurants close by 9pm - this has slowed us right down. For this reason, the blog is a little delayed this time but it doesn't mean we have stopped exploring.......
We spent the weekend touring around the only place in the world where two UNESCO World Heritage sights ...
... new creature we encountered. The tour guide finally gave up trying to give a narrated tour in the confined space that echoed badly and we missed hearing about what we were seeing.
We returned to the platform and to our seats in preparation for the return trip. Some people took part in no water activities other than sitting at the watering hole with a cold one watching all the activity. A mystery but, I suspect, many were accompanying ...