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... straight across the road. They walk at a very leisurely pace and do not appear timid for flighty in any respect. Majestic is the word that came to my mind. What an experience! I really would be going home happy after today. Australia has some amazing wildlife, these birds being one of the most and I hope its future proves to be secure. It would be a shame beyond believe to lose them.
Our very eventful day would finish with a family dinner at the ...
... the riverbanks to sun themselves and be spotted. He also pointed out a python sunning itself along a branch over the water, a hanging bird's nests and talked about the trees on the banks. At the back of the boat was a screen which showed live images of the tour as a video camera was recording the action so if you couldn't see where he was referring to, you just checked the screen to orientate yourself to the view. It was a good ...
... spa before we had dinner at Rattle and Hum Bar and Grill!!
Tuesday (24 August) and we all met up around 9.00am to drive up to Cape Tribulation. First up was the hour long drive from Port Douglas through Mossman and onto the Daintree River ferry, then about another hour from there to the Cape.
After a good wander around the 'beach’……..which wasn’t overly spectacular as unfortunately the tide was out, we started the ...
... to pick one for you all today!!! We came across a 'wait a while' plant that catches your clothes and skin and you then literally have to wait a while until some helped you to be freed from its clutches.
We we moved onward to the ferry that took us across the Daintree river - we were warned to stay back from the river while waiting for the drive on ferry as we didn't want us to become a statistic. Ben's wife is ...
... We didn't fancy paying $18 to see some birds so we wandered a bit more and that was when we realised there was more than one market and it was a lot bigger than we'd expected. The markets sold everything from souvenirs, jewellery, clothes, didgeridoos, boomerangs, healing crystals, kangaroo made things and food. Oh, and there was even a little Scottish shop selling the traditional tartan dress we all wear, the typical music we ...