Club Tropical Resort
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... sound. We had to wait nearly an hour to get onto the ferry and they charged $24.50 return. Had lunch at Jindalba Boardwalk, but $28.50 each pensioner, so gave it a miss. Then further north to Marrdja Boardwalk (free) which was over the mangrove swamp down to Noah Creek. Along the way we came to the most amazing tree. It was ...
... large piece of volcanic pumice which he was extremely pleased about.
After we had filled a small cup with pippies, we went to find coconuts and Juan showed us how to open up the husk then access the nutritious coconut water through the top if the nut (where the monkey face is). (A bit easier than when Chris recently got his electric drill on one back in the UK). We also found almonds and we all had a go at bashing them open with a ...
... the waves into cascades of droplets and foam. Opposite the ocean, the cliffside looms overhead, a stunning marbling of orange, brown, and gray clay, cemented together over a lifetime and topped with the beginning of the Daintree tree line.
Every few kilometers, fields of sugarcane rise together like the tropic’s sentries, topped with a bounty of lilac feathered tufts which blow lazily above the tallest canes. Beyond the fields and the forest, ...
... wild boar, or camel burger if no one told you what they were and you’d probably like the buffalo and kangaroo burgers just a little better for their addition of some sweetness and a subtle unique flavor variation that we aren’t used to in the States.
Overall Impression: Not much difference in taste between wild bore, camel, and beef. Buffalo, like kangaroo, tends to be sweeter than beef.
... you need and want but is located right on the beach and conveniently right on the Great Barrier Reef. We also discovered Cairns city centre Lagoon, a man made lagoon like swimming pool right in the centre over looking the sea and even had a fake beach! A little tacky maybe but in the blistering heat it's a great way to cool down with out getting eaten or stung by one of Australia's sea critters and who likes salty water ...