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... to pick one for you all today!!! We came across a 'wait a while' plant that catches your clothes and skin and you then literally have to wait a while until some helped you to be freed from its clutches.
We we moved onward to the ferry that took us across the Daintree river - we were warned to stay back from the river while waiting for the drive on ferry as we didn't want us to become a statistic. Ben's wife is ...
... hotel for lunch sat up stairs thinking we would have a view all we could see was the top of the tents at the markets. After lunch we drove to the lookout could only see the beach as there are houses and lots of trees . We thought we would get a 360 deg of the port like at most of the other lookouts. We then went for a walk around the Marina. There is a steam train called Ballyhooley that is run by volunteers it takes you on a ...
... stubby purchase), we packed and headed to bed.
The following morning, we bid farewell to the rainforest and drove back to Cairns. On the way, we stopped at a few lookout points along the coast to admire the view. In Cairns we bought some supplies for dinner before dropping the car off and checking into our hostel.
We had lunch at a paleo cafe where everything on the menu was gluten and dairy free (amazing). I had fajitas and a delicious smoothie and Mike had a curry ...
... to chew on for a while before going back to sleep. Despite their inactivity they are still very cool to watch, I was particularly amused by their fluffy ears.
Next we made our way to the kangaroos and wallabies. We had more fun hand feeding them and when the food ran out my hat took a bit of a chewing! We then visited some huge crocs which looked far bigger than I expected. We had a great time at the habitat and we'd definitley recommend it to anyone else in the area. For dinner we ...
... was a privately run interpretative centre, which offered suspended bridges that wind up from ground level to the rainforest canopy about 80 feet in the air, with a self-guided headset to point out the amazing richness of nature in this area. Daintree is one of the few rainforests that host some trees that have survived without change for over 1.5 million years – affectionately called ...