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This morning Micky and Ben left at 7am to go fishing with Paul, Kylies husband. I stayed in bed until 9.30 and then basically did nothing, painted nails and read my book.....lovely. This afternoon me and Micky took the bus into Cairns. Came across a street if ...
... this in mind, I decided some research was called for to get less of the hearsay and more of the facts. As it turns out: "You have virtually no chance of surviving the venomous sting. The pain is so excruciating and overwhelming that you would most likely go into shock and drown before reaching the shore." This by barrierreefasutralia.com which adds as a very unnecessary sidenote, "So don't go swimming alone!" Oh believe me, the thought hadn't even brushed the ...
... Vale.. Boy, we know how to choose them! We had a brilliant meal of prawns with rice and beef noodles. The meal cost £25 for the two of us! We are learning that the people of Port Douglas get up early and go to bed early so we are doing the same, hence the blog on time. This morning we were up at 7 am and doing the 4 mile beach - not the full length. We then climbed up to Flagstaff Hill taking the short cut through some ...
... have a big party by the river (lots of yummy smelly food etc alcohol ++). A 25 yr old took a dare to see if he could swim across. Seriously. How much alcohol do you need to do that ?
He never came back.
There is, we were told, such a density of crocs in the Mary river that you have a 0% chance of coming out alive if you decide to take a dip. It’s hard to imagine what was going through his mind that day, or his friends’ for that matter.
... at restaurant - Whet - for lunch, so that was our goal. Other than that, we really had the goal of adventure. On the road, we stopped at a lookout point for Mount Alexandra, which overlooked the beaches. You could even see Port Douglas from that spot. Later, we saw a sign for the Daintree Adventure, so we stopped there. It was a park with bridges and boardwalks through the rainforest, with a tall lookout stand to climb so that you could experience the top levels of ...