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... cling onto another tree for support. As the fig gets larger, it actually grows around the supporting tree, eventually smothering it. Some of the largest fallen fig trees are hollow inside where the supporting tree had been.
After the hike, we stopped at Mossman Gorge to have a swim. The gorge was pretty crowded with tourists and families. The gorge had a slight current and was really rocky. The water was so ...
... could touch. Sigh. Hope to stay for coffee on our way back. Spectacular. More cane fields and lovely towns like Babinda where so many plantation homesteads had beautiful gardens. You would have loved them Christine!! Then I saw this pointed mountain so different to the others. It was about 20 kms before Cairns.. Called Walshs Pyramid and 922 metres high. Fascinating. In Cairns we decided ...
... Cape Tribulation and stopped when the Tarmac road ended, no 4x4 on this trip to go off-roading. So we parked up and enjoyed yet another stunning beach. We played with our camera and took some shots to mark our 2 month anniversary of travelling, could not quite get the timing right to capture both of us jumping in the air together lol. We can't believe we have only been travelling for 2 months. We have seen so so much, been to so many countries and ...
... before dinner, have a bit of a rest and I quickly upload photos and write blog, then off to dinner, then back to room and bed so not much time to do any real sightseeing in the actual town centres – that will teach us for jamming in so much in 2 weeks! I am never ever doing a road trip again like this, its just drive, drive, drive and we have only stayed in a few places for more than one night. If ever we do another one of these, 3 ...
... get in at all. Apparently they had two inches of rain here overnight so it's pretty damp here. We do our shopping for the next month today and I literally can't fit all the food in the van. We do check in and walk around town. It just seems like shops and pubs. We go to The Groper Bar at the inlet where we first went for a wine and bucket of prawns 17 years ago and not much has changed. Well that is apart from the hundreds of people that come every day to watch George the Groper ...