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... to 25m in just 6.25kms!! The road is not only
steep and narrow, but twists and turns all the way and one shares it with B
doubles (monster cabs towing two huge trailers) carrying sugar cane down to the
coast! When we reached the bottom, we breathed a sigh of relief, thinking the
worst was over – but wait, there’s more!
The final journey into the
Daintree was level and a great pleasure to drive but then, after crossing ...
... Nerissa, Doug and Jamie arrived shortly after us. After the hugs and kisses, it wasn't long before we were settled in around the al fresco dining by the pool with beers and antipasto to while away the afternoon. The afternoon merged into dinner, more wine, more food, and more conversation. Next morning Doug cooked us breakfast and it wasn't long before Amy and Matt arrived. More hugs and kisses, more food, more wine, and a special birthday dinner. There was ...
... were one of the same but there are many language and cultural differences.
The tour had a focus in food and sone of this we would be eating later. So we picked some limes (sweeter than the hybrid lines we have) and some strange blue berries that were sweet yet had a floury texture. We even ate little ants with big green bottoms. Thomas put them in his mouth alive (one step too far for me) and they actually tasted of lemon sherbet! ...
... a few shops and takeaways. We had lunch at Myall Beach, brought an icecream and continued back down to Mossman in the pouring rain. We were lucky enough for the rain to stop now and again while doing a few walks and lunch, but could have wished for a clearer day. Port Douglas was a very touristy place with lots of al fresco dining in the main and side streets but lovely areas to relax down around the water. There's a beautiful old church... St Mary's by the Sea.. which was built in ...
... coral and even a turtle. When we got back from that we changed into our togs and went snorkling. I cannot describe how fantastic this was. There was just so many different types of fish which would swim so close that these small fish would give you a fright because they woud swim up to just milimitres from your face. They were so brightly coloured. The parrot fish are rather big and eat the coral. The biggest fish we saw was Wally, a giant wrasse who ...