Daintree Valley Haven
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to the cafe we saw that there was a Croc Tour leaving at 11:30 and since it was 11:10 we booked on to it and went to wait at the pick-up point. Thought that the group was going to be quite small as it was only us there for a while, but then a mini bus of people turned up.
Went and got on the boat, managed to sit at the front. On the floor by the ramp to the boat there were some weird little things hopping across the sand, they ...
... at the Koala after driving down a 5km gravel track. The place was desolate. Pretty sure apart from the staff, there were only 2 other people. We checked in, after a while as the staff didn’t know what they were doing with an internet booking. Were given a room, it’s was an upgrade, if you can call it that. It was a double, with Air Con (the only one with it apparently), realised that they guy hadn’t given us a key for the room, ...
... water and a huge mr croc called scar face swimming along. We followed him for quite a while under the mangroves until he decided to turn up an estuary which was a little bit too shallow.
We left the croc cruise and drove further into the rainforest, stopping off at some beautiful lookouts. At lunch time we stopped at the heritage site where we feasted on delicious fish and had a quick wander by the creek. We met two really nice couples ...
... when he thought they were serving up raisin toast for afternoon tea, how have Grandma or Nan not introduced him to fruit cake yet?) .
Most of the other time was spent strolling up and down the street looking in the shops or playing in the caravan park pool. Georgia has had quite a few dips now and really loves the water. I have managed to do a few nice big walks in the morning with Georgia (she is still waking at ...
... sugars and energy from sunlight and the corals use their tentacles to catch small marine critters adding protein to the diet of the partners. The corals build *************s which take the familiar shapes of brain coral, stag horn, etc. as they grow. With the rising temperatures and acidification of the oceans corals are struggling. So with this in mind Sher and I put the GBR high on our list of must visit places while it is still reasonably healthy and a thing ...