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... with it. We made our way to the entrance to the park and headed straight in. When you walk through the door you're greeted straight away by an absolute abundance of different types of bird, ranging from the smallest of things to some that looked as tall as an actual man. They're all so colourful to look at, much better than the manky pigeons we see so many of at home! After walking through the birds bit, we arrived at the home of two little koalas - literally the cutest things we'd ...
So after escaping Aurukun for the second time, I shot through like a bat outta hell to Weipa. Spent a night at the camp ground with no one wielding knives or screaming outside my window, and then flew to Cairns to catch up with my mate Jill for some birthday celebrations.
Had an entertaining evening at Gilligans Backpackers, a day chilling / recovering by the lagoon (unfortunately, I was supposed to do a sky dive this day, never mind) then a quieter ...
2/1 We continued our journey south this morning, stopping in Port Douglas for lunch. While Troy caught up with an old mate of his, us girls wandered along the main st & did a little bit of shopping. We arrived in Cairns mid afternoon, & headed straight to a blacksmith which had been recommended to us by people we had met up north, ...
... The amount of rain they get here in the wet season means that the rainforest is so green and lush. There's the Tablelands with its incredible lakes, creeks and waterfalls.There's some beautiful beaches nearby including Palm Cove, Yorkeys Knob and Port Douglas which is a gorgeous little town fairly close by and the drive from Cairns to here along coastal roads has to be one of the most beautiful we've ever done. Not forgetting of course, the incredible Great Barrier Reef! ...
... in all of it's glory! Because of the Breed of Cow this one is, Lisa explained that it will be even smaller than most calves and it is. It's gorgeous!!! We took some zucchini's down for the mother to munch on so we could get a closer look and see if this lovely little thing was a boy or a girl! The next minute, the calf had a wee and all was revealed... Another little girl. She is a little bit more rusty coloured than Olivia, she's more like a toffee colour and the names ...