Latitude 16 Mowbray by the Sea
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... of the Daintree River and down a secondary estuary as well. It was down this waterway that we saw our first croc, snuggled into the muddy bank and doing a very good job of blending in behind a few trees. This one was about 2 1/2 to 3 metres long from nose to tail. We kept moving upstream and saw a couple of smaller crocs and then headed back out to the main river. It was here that we saw a couple of the regular crocs - Dusty and Elizabeth. They were a decent size, ...
... that was about 100 years old and 3-1/2 meters long. That's over ten feet in American, boys and girls. The guide said he was strong enough to leap out of the water and completely over our boat should he have wished to. Fortunately he was wishing otherwise and stayed by the bank and contented himself with giving us the evil eye. Later on the trip we saw a female that was almost as big as he was. She stayed mostly submerged and ...
... from the tops of the rain forest down to a river that winds its way out to an ocean or dark blue.
We continued as the rain began to fall and headed for lunch to avoid it. Lunch was not as great as we had hoped, al carte fish and chips, but the view was quite good. Down on the beach and overlooking the rain forest too boot. But we had to get back and we wanted to go to the lookout just past the town before having to head to the ...
... on the floor to make one giant bed, we turn the lights off, shut the blinds, position Billy's laptop and start a movie marathon.
16.00-16.30 post film nap.
16.30-17.00 start another film. I have to shower and get ready for work. Movie marathon continues without me.
And there we have it kids!! The life of a ...
... and scuba catamaran, to take us out to the Great Barrier Reef! It was another early start as the boat took almost 2hrs to reach the outer reef from Port Douglas, but it was well worth the trip. We snorkeled at three separate sites around Opal Reef – each site was different, from the types of coral, fishes, and the giant resident Grouper fish. Grouper are a very friendly, but also very territorial fish, so we only saw one ...