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... about it I realised it was the perfect environment for rats and it's just so gross to think about them scurrying around the forest floor. Now that really freaked me out, even though Braf said they only come out at night. I couldn't help thinking that one would run in front of me, or worse, over my feet. We encountered the full experience as a downfall started which thank goodness wasn't too bad as the rainforest stopped the full impact of the rain, otherwise I think we would ...
... and bed ready for an early start on Tuesday. Cairns, considered the gateway to Australia's Great Barrier Reef, is a city in tropical North Queensland. Once a sleepy sugar-milling town, it's now a destination for sailing, diving and snorkelling. Its Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park tells the stories of the indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with music and dance. Cairns Esplanade, lined in bars and restaurants, has a saltwater swimming ...
... several years, but for some odd reason the thought never crossed my mind to put them together. Well, thank goodness I came down under and met Dave cause now my life is changed forever. The pancakes were just your run of the mill, regular ole, light & fluffy pancakes with maple syrup, but then Dave, being the wise man he is, added 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream on the side. Man, oh, man, look out, shut the door, slap ya momma cause this is my kind ...
On Thursday, March 12 we drove from Wrotham Park, in the middle of the dry Northern Queensland outback, to Port Douglas on the East Coast and the Coral Sea. The drive was along dirt roads for about 100 miles, then on extremely well maintained paved roads for 150+ miles. The dirt was fine except when it got very wet, at which point the deep red mud would cause the car to slide as it became hydroponic. It was ...
... rock. Uluru is a sacred, holy place to them. However, the white men coming in mandated that one climbing path stay open. Many people have died climbing Uluru. It doesn’t look too steep where the path is, but it really is. It doesn’t help that it’s sold rock so there isn’t much in the way of footing. There is now a chain up to aid climbers when the path is open.
While Kata-Tjuta is a sacred men’s site, Uluru is a ...