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J'ai passé l’après-midi à l’excellent «Hartley's Crocodile Adventures ». C’est un peu comme un zoo, un cirque et une ferme à la fois. Hartley’s est un éleveur de crocodiles, comme on élève des vaches pour l’abattoir. La peau des crocos est destinée au monde de la mode (soulier, sacoche, etc.) et la viande est consommée. On nous explique que les crocos ont été sauvagement chassés après la guerre à tel point ...
... was just amazing - looking down on the rainforest canopy. When we reached the terminal, Tom went off to check out the Australian Armoury and Artillery Museum, which he said was wonderful. (Free) Dinner in the Horizon Club room, after an hour of reading and napping by the pool, consisted of Asian fried beef, Thai fish cakes, yummy seafood wontons, sushi and other delightful finger food, washed down by several glasses of Hardy's sparkling ...
Following the Captain Cook Highway, we headed north to explore Port Douglas and Mossman. The road hugs the coastline and the views are superb. We popped into Palm Cove and were impressed with this yuppie township right on the beach. We knew we were somewhere special when the public toilets had granite and marble floors! Shame that swimming is risky business due to the crocodiles and stingers! We enjoyed morning tea at ...
... stuff in to my room. For dinner, Katie cooked us this lovely chicken dish with salad, rice, French stick, candles, had the music set up and yes, of course, Sam made made me drink goon. Not as bad as anyone back in Sydney made out which was a relief but yeah, chill night tonight, sunbathing tomorrow, loving life ...
Left Ravenshoe this morning for Cairns via Atherton, Mareeba and Kuranda. Only about 140 Klm so plenty of time to enjoy the trip, especially the greenness on the tableland. We stopped in Kuranda to have a look thru the markets, and have a bite of lunch. We also had a didgeridoo lesson, and Gerda is keen to buy one when we get back from Cooktown! They had a circular didge which was shaped a bit like a French horn, and also one in a rectangular box. Didn't look right ...