Lizard Island by Voyages
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... I must look like the biggest tourist around, as today of all days I've chosen to wear my Wednesday shirt for the first time. This wouldn't really have been a problem had I not been sat in the middle of a market in a hippy village. After a slow walk back to the station it's time for the scenic train journey back down through the rainforest to Cairns. As I'm on the 06.45 train to Townsville tomorrow morning I decide not to treat myself to another massage tonight and opt ...
... and we were constantly surprised with what was able to be cooked so well using an open fire, camp ovens, and foil.
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The tour is suitable for people who are reasonably fit, comfortable with basic camping accommodation, and especially those who have an interest in the unique flora and fauna that may be encountered within the cape region.
I would go again tomorrow if I had the time available.
Still in Mareeba, Garry is away fishing with Danny Boshammer, we are expecting them home soon.
Julie has been my tour guide we have driven out to a local dairy for lunch, visited Atherton and various interesting sites around Atherton. The farms around Atherton have healthy crops on them, the area is beautiful to drive around as the hills are lush. It is the greenest place we have seen since ...
... be a hoot. No worries about cooking, cleaning up, driving or getting a taxi home and you can sleep in for a long as you want.
Thank you to all my friends who helped and encouraged me along the way, I hope I haven't bored you all too much with my scribblings on this blog. Thanks for the comments throughout the journey, they will go down in history with the book to ...
... an armful of brochures and find a huge farmers market where we pick some fruit and veg then head for home. We browse the glossies at home over a beer where we book a berth on the 'Compass' for tomorrow. The ship will take us for a day of snorkelling/diving to the outer reef of the Great Barrier Reef.
An early start again on Saturday morning as we need to get to the harbour marina before 7.30 for our reef tour. We join the other 60 reef trippers and find our ...