Daintree Valley Haven
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... we have met are mixed race, yet identify strongly with an aboriginal tribe and speak the local tribe's language.
The tour began with a traditional ‘smoking’ ceremony to cleanse and ward off bad spirits. (Sher opted out of that part of the experience - sure to caused voice disappearance).
Rodney conveyed some interesting stories of growing with a traditional family on his mother's side. For example, as a little kid his grandfather on ...
... the males. The large crest or "casque" on the tops of their heads adds not only height but a prehistoric look to the birds. No one really knows why the birds have them with speculation ranging from head protection (think football helmet or flying helmet) when running through the forest deflecting branches and experiencing golf ball sized fruit raining down on their heads from 90 feet up to ultra low frequency sound wave detection/production for purposes of communicating over ...
... That was sooooo much fun. We got to go zip wiring through it, it was so wicked. When we would be zipping around, we were making animal noises, howling, felt so free. I would go upside down when we were zipping around but you got such a head rush from it and the guides would leave me upside down on purpose!
In the evening Cha made me go on a night walk. I really wasn't keen on it at all because in the dark you wouldn't be able to see if there was a spider ...
... nice big breakfast. The eggs were so fluffy, and it was so enjoyable to sit outside in such a lovely day and see the day begin with all of its hustle and bustle. After breakfast, we headed north on Captain Cook Highway towards the forrest. It was such a beautiful drive, with mountains on my left and farms and the beach to my right. Along the way we stopped at a WW2 bombing sight, then headed along to our destination. Earlier that morning, a shopowner mentioned that we ...
... the next day to book anything in. The next day we went to one of the information centres nearby and booked one of the crocodile tours on the Daintree River. There's a couple of tours to choose from in the area, so it's a good idea to discuss with the tourist information people exactly what you want. There's one guy who operates a tour along Coopers Creek, which was very close to our campground. The tourist information lady we spoke to said this one was her ...