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... toads off of a table and into a bucket in the back of a pub was a good idea?! I have to admit it was hilarious and a very unique experience! I bumped into Phil who I had met in Cape trib that evening and it was nice to see a familiar face! After the Cane Toad Racing we came across a bar that had some great live music.We also met a very wealthy but very drunk Chinese man who bought everybody's drinks for the rest of the evening on the condition that we all got ...
... Restaurant. Alicia and four of the boys would fly back to Sydney tomorrow and Tyler would continue the drive home with Lochie. The Bennetts and Davids will continue south at a more relaxed pace, filling out the final days of our holiday as much as possible.
We had a great last night to our holiday together. What a wonderful time. Thank you everyone for making it so special. Memories for a lifetime!
... he could also scroll through still images and show examples of previous sights. For example the python on the previous trip had been curled up in the tree, rather than at full stretch, and he showed us the pic. After the cruise we went down to the Daintree Village to look around. We sampled some home-made Black Sapote ice cream from one of the cafes because it was there, and we just couldn't help ourselves. We followed this with ...
... stopping firstly at Masons Café for lunch where I had the native sampler sliders consisting of kangaroo, emu and crocodile. The roo and emu was quite pleasant but I'm not so sure on the croc!! After lunch we headed a bit further south stopping at the Daintree Discovery Centre where we did the tree top walk and some of the group also climbed to the top of the large tower. After some km’s of walking appetites had been restored so we back tracked a little to ...
... teacher and she has lost a 14 year old to a croc while fishing so Suzie Q and I stayed well back. Susan said she would not be eaten by a croc or have to be returning home to tell Edna that I had been eaten by a croc - that would be worse apparently!
Up up into the rainforest we travelled in our wee bus and we stopped for morning coffee at a viewpoint which had Buchan Point named on it - Susan has just googled ...