Villa San Michele
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... where nuts had been broken over a very long time. We saw water being added to rock and ochre to make the pastes which we have all seen painted on bodies for ceremonial purposes. Wonderful colours.
The hour and a half ended with billy tea and damper.
Boy that walk was some experience !
Then today more indigenous Aussies........ Kangaroos, so many colourful birds, crocodiles,all at a Wildlife Habitat just down the road. You could ...
... crocodile jumping cruise was magnificent and we got to the boats first so we got to sit right behind the driver, the best seats I was told... Thanks Leanne.
This afternoon saw us settle in for a game of tennis back at the apartments and then a dip in the pool for an hour to col off.
Tonight, its cane toad racing and a few drinks back at the Iron ...
... ourselves optimally with homemade duck boards (considering that they cost 267$ for a pair), petrol (turned out the price was $2.17!!! per litre on the island), tyre pumps (to inflate the tyres when necessary) and enough food to last the 4 of us for 3 full days. Looking back at it, we might have overdone our preparation just a bit but hey - we definitely had the oldest, most basic and shittiest car the island had ever seen (no, we’re not talking about Dani’s ...
... there is a bar and club. Pretty much every night of the week is a night out. Cairns mainly consisted of nights out and hangovers and and sleep ins. I didn't go to the reef here as I'm waiting for the Whitsundays. Cairns seems like a really nice town. Lots going on but a more chilled out environment than one of the big cities. I probably would have stayed longer had I the time, but I had to catch the bus to Townsville and Magnetic Island- my next ...
... weather forecast and the company we were going with only had a small boat. We walked down to the marina to check but all was still going ahead. We ate that night at Zinc, recommended by Antonia. She said even if we didn't eat there we had to go see the toilets. Food was lovely and the toilets had a huge fish tank spanning the men's and women's toilets. Early night again for another early ...