Daintree Eco Lodge & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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9.24.15 Daintree Rain
Forest 8:30pm Thursday, Day 13
Report on last night:
the tree frogs were not too bad but the dropping of nuts etc. on the roof of the banyan (our unit) was loud! I think it is fair to say that Brian’s foot made sleeping more uncomfortable than the noises. It did get quite chilly last night, at least for …
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It is a rainy morning here. We sit at the breakfast table waiting for the rain to let up. it had been sunny when we came down! It rained again most of the night. I caught some of the night sounds on my cell video. So unique and interesting.
Off to Cairns and then to Sydney by tonight. Our …
... a place for him. Doris bedded him, then killed him. Naughty Doris! It's about food apparently ... in the wild, crocs mate then the male leaves, giving the female plenty of territory for hunting.
During the morning we also met Cranky, a little saltwater croc and a wallaby eating python that Justin would be relocating once he finished digesting one of Lync Haven's baby wallabies. He would have to be taken 10 kms away to prevent him from returning to ...
We exited the CREB about 2:15, not bad considering we stopped an hour for lunch, and then headed towards the Daintree. Had a ferry crossing here which, like the Jardine ferry, only took a matter of minutes. Then we continued to Lync Haven, a place Tyler found on the net while we were in Cooktown. Lovely spot smack in the middle of the Daintree with great cabins, camp kitchen, and a refuge for orphaned or injured wildlife. Wallabies, parrots, ...
Up early this morning to go sailing out to The Low Isles for the day. We were on the boat at 8:30 AM and were welcomed with tea, coffee and a selection of fruits and muffins. What luxury, there are only 8 guests on a boat that can accommodate 28. The crew told us this is a $2 million boat, and it it is luxurious. After heading out of the marina and down the inlet to the open sea they soon set sail, all motorised, no ...