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... It would take heaps to pull it along. Shopping on the way home, then had tea with Cindy & David at the camp kitchen. They are a delightful couple who we met accidentally. Have to go and buy an IPod in the morning & David will download heaps of old songs onto it for us. This will be good as our CD doesn't work. Dions 2nd birthday today. He is growing up fast. Tomorrow is pack up day, we leave Saturday to go to Paronella ...
... in the world – I am not making this up, it says so in hundreds of sites on google and National Geographic! The very young guide taking us around the park, explained in great detail how they can kill a human being – they run at you, jump up in the air and on each foot they have 3 toes and one of these is an actual talon which they stick into your chest, then they drag down your body and your guts fall out, sorry, too graphic?? Ok, they disembowel you if you are ...
... observed which was nice. Back on the surface I had got the buzz again and so had Dec by all accounts and we signed up straight away for another dive. With a short ride to the second site Vicky decided to come as well, initially unsure due to equalising problems with her ears. The decision was well and truly worth it though - with everyone up and running and we swam through coral walls, went under overhangs and got to see a lot more aquatic life and coral than the first ...
... rest of us continued with our killer poker marathon and played more ping pong back at Wanggulay. We all headed into Cairns for a last-night meal at the Cock & Bull... a very enjoyable and delicious (very local) restaurant.
In the evening, it was quickly to bed in preparation for an early departure for Hong Kong.
One regret: none of us saw any of the storied Queensland Cane Toads. On second thought, maybe we don't regret it!
We arrived here yesterday and the weather is much the same as the last few days at Port Douglas - mid twenties but showers off and on throughout the day. This morning we travelled by train up the mountain to Kuranda. It was a slow leisurely trip in a long train pulled by two diesel locomotives. It is a steep climb and the train travels fairly slowly as it passes through many tunnels and cuttings and over many bridges. All of the tunnels and cuttings were dug out of the. rock using ...