Port Douglas Beachfront Terrace
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... No lasting damage, but some discomfort for a while.
I have decided that Australians use some words simply because they are fun to say. Example: wonkyhole. It’s a place in the reef where fresh water comes in from underground. And a nudibranch is a sea slug.
After todays scuba we drove into Cairns for a show at the Tjapukai Cultural Center. This was an aboriginal dance show with dinner. Greg ...
... and headed back.
Got back to the hostel and went and made food, found our crumpets were mouldy! The ones we'd just bought... Had spaghetti and sausage on toast instead. Though the Sausages were dry.. and they came from a Heinz tin!
Went back to the room and it started raining, waited outside for a bit waiting for it to stop so I could go in the pool, but it didn't stop for long. Went back in ...
... to flick back and to with books on the internet for reference rather than a paper copy and half the time the internet is either not there or too slow. We do need them but there’s still time for them to arrive. My long suffering sister Isabel is looking after all our affairs (God help her) money, bank, travel insurance, everything, and now chasing books as well - I think she may change her email address soon.
Anyway, we headed off to Cape ...
... Pretty impressive ground they have covered already.
So after a few laughs with the various international characters at the bar (even a fellow kiwi), a waltz down to the beach and a short sing along with someone playing a ukeleilee, it was time to grab some grub then hit the pit.
Unfortunately I hadn’t paid attention to the kitchen closing time soo Le snak and an orange for tea it was. Ahh well, time for ...
... centre where we went on an audio guided aerial walk up to a canopy tower ( 23 metres high) to really discover all about the Daintree Rainforest, from the forest floor to the tree tops. We learnt about the endangered cassowary ( but unfortunately didn't see any), different trees in a rainforest and bush tucker. A very educational place to visit.
It was then time to head home after a long day, back across the ...