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... priceless look on his face. Needless to say when we boarded the cableway after the next station, our friend from Japan decided to hang back and catch the next one.
Kuranda Village, our final destination, has been around for hundreds of years way up in the Daintree Rainforest, and has been home to the original Djabugay people throughout its history. Nowadays, it’s basically just a tourist attraction ...
We arrive in Port Douglas by about 5pm. On the flight in L actually offers up the window seat part way through the flight for the first time ever (she usually shuts the blinds and leans against it). And I am able to see many tropical islands and part of the reef. It's a beautiful flight.
But it's been a long day travelling and we are all tired.
E looks at the ...
It was wonderful to feel the cool air conditioned cabin of our aircraft to Sydney and we had a great view of Ayers Rock just after take-off. Uluru looked completely different from above.
You realise how massive Australia is when, even travelling at 550mph, it takes 3 hours to reach Sydney on the East Coast. I'm glad we didn't take the Greyhound bus this time! As we descended, we got our ...
It was a perfect evening as we sailed away and enjoyed another dinner on our verandah.
It will take three days to reach Sydney—this is a big ...
... Kristen and I had a huge appreciation for the reef and all the life it supported. Tropical fish happily swam all around us like a Disney movie. As we floated over the coral, 1-3 foot giant clams were in slightly deeper water with their shells wide open siphoning water. We saw things I'd only ever seen in books or in movies. It was truly surreal. As we were swimming along all of a sudden a 5-6 foot tawny nurse shark swam lazily below us. ...