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Had a good night in the cabin, no one woke anyone else with their snoring or coughing. Had a bit of breakfast, packed up and headed into the Captain Cook Museum. Had a narrative from a volunteer about Captain Cook and the goldfields at Cooktown. It was all very interesting. Learnt a lot. We thought Cooktown was all about Cook, but it was the discovery of gold that made the town. Looked around the museum, ...
... to take the scenic way around as the scenery is quite pretty. The rain set in as we headed up the mountains, we cant believe the change in scenery, its poles apart from the trip to Cardwell, its so green, it almost hurt our eyes!
We stopped at Mission Beach for coffee and it's a really nice little town, you can see how cyclones affect the towns up here once you start looking in the real estate windows and see such amazing bargains, right on the beach, its very sad. ...
... to have a look at the photos as well which came our a lot better than expected! A big thanks to the fam again for that but also a big thanks to Vicky's parents Gill & Pete for the money that they kindly put towards our GBR trip as well - it helped the four of us to get the most out of the day and was definitely what we would've hoped for and more! Once we'd settled ourselves after a day on the ocean we ate at the apartment, nachos and chilli all around and ended ...
Yesterday we went to Kuranda, travelling up and back on the Skyrail. We have done this before and really enjoyed it so we decided to do it again. We picked a great day weather-wise and the views from the Skyrail were fantastic. Looking down into the rainforest is amazing! On the way up, we stopped at both Red Peak and Barron Falls Stations and followed the boardwalks. We had a gondola to ourselves up to Red Peak and from Barron Falls to Kuranda but travelling between the ...
... into Atherton, which is quite a big town compared to a lot of towns, even has two supermarkets, woolworths and IGA.
It is really mindblowing how green it is out here, the cows over this side of the range are really lucky.
Had a look at the "Curtain Fig" and it was really big. To imagine that this started just by one little seed left in the limb of the tree.