Club Tropical Resort
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... br> We had expected Cape
Tribulation to be quite an open beach with kiosks and all the paraphernalia of
tourism but, to our delight, there is simply a small car park and one walks
through the forest and down onto the beach – we got there at low tide and so
were able to walk along the sand – at high tide, there would be very little
beach at all. It is quiet and beautiful with no “tribulation” in sight but it
is named after ...
... puffing billy about to leave the station and thought we'd go for a ride, grabbed a ticket and jumped on. The train is known as the Ballyhooley but were that name came from no one seemed to know, the ride was slow and bumpy but interesting and when we arrived at the end of the line everyone was asked to hop off the train while they turned the engine around. This involved disconnecting the engine running it up the track for a ...
... garlic, lime and chilli. We looked at some traditonal aboriginal hunting weapons and nibbled on the fruits, and damper with fresh coconut and golden syrup. We also tried some green turtle meat that they had caught previously. It was a like a combination of veal and chicken and although I felt a bit uncomfortable eating it, it was actually really quite tasty. We watched Juan cut up the crab. Live. Not one for the veggies this.
... my feet were absolutely throbbing !! We drove to the northern beaches - Palm Cove, Trinity Beach and Yorkeys Knob, where a P&O cruise liner, Jewell was just off shore and passengers were returning after a days sightseeing in the area. Looked wonderful and this particular liner was just sailing for a week from Brisbane, stopping off at the Whitsundays, Cairns and Port Douglas before visiting an island and returning to Brisbane. By this stage of our trip we are halfway ...
This morning half our party went out to the outer barrier reef for more snorkelling but the other half including us went to the inner reef for a trip in a glass bottomed boat and snorkelling. We zipped out at 70 knots crashing through the waves to the inner reef in 15 minutes,it was more fun than a roller coaster. We moored up just by an island with a picturesque lighthouse which is ...