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... of the dive was that a shark sucker followed us on our swim, hugging each one of our feet for a time before moving onto the next person. Greg was the first one to attract it, and he is convinced that it was trying to attack his face. Pete explained after the dive that had we not had our lycra sting suits on, it could have latched on to our legs and it would have hurt.
Our third dive was just on the back of Escape Reef at a site called “Escape South.” We ...
... wild. They are now critically endangered.
By late afternoon we finally reached Cape Tribulation, named by Captain Cook when in 1770 his ship Endeavour ran aground here on the coral reef. Up to that point his voyage of discovery was going well until this incident caused the start of his troubles, hence the ...
... travelled the fairly short distance to where we're staying - a little area just outside Cairns called Palm Cove. It seems to be absolutely lovely - like a little sort of beach community although mainly made up of holiday homes I imagine... To paint a picture of it, it's a palm-lined boulevard with a stunning beach on one side and then lots o small hotels and resorts, plenty of little restaurants, and shops and bars along the other... It's really nice, kind of feels like you could film a ...
... over us, listening to the various sounds of birds, insects, animals and streams running was certainly an experience. Following on from this we signed up for some jungle surfing through the rainforest, which I was quite excited about until they asked me to sign a disclaimer stating that they would not be responsible for any accidents or even worse, death. Eeeek! Jungle surfing required us to zip line from platform to platform set amongst tall ...
... Fortunately they are born fully feathered and able to run.... During Jungle Walk (why is it called this in the rainforest?) we passed by a number of paperbark trees which are also known as "Tea Tree" as a tea can be made of its leaves.A graceful large tree, quite scenic. Made for quite the pastoral walk..reminiscent of some the walks we experienced in England. 'Australia’s Indigenous people made great use of this natural treasure they used its soft bark for ...