Mantra On The Inlet
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... as the genuine Red Sea article! We couldn't resist a foot massage though! We had a lazy lunch of chips with a carton of fresh prawns and beer and bubbly - delicious. We sauntered back to our pool and an afternoon reading and a "happy hour" at the waterside bar. I could get used to this. Tonight we are off along the beach into town to eat and get ready for an early morning start to the Great Barrier Reef. Pizza and a late evening ...
... our budget (ha ha, blown well and truly since being here) is a tight £150 per day - not possible with car hire on top and food. We suddenly feel under dressed as well - Australians are a pretty well dressed bunch - well turned out, affluent and stylish. We suddenly looked like we felt - backpackers with limited wardrobes and limited funds! Never mind; the girls struggle with it but they’ll have to get used to it. Grumble grumble.
The YHA was a ...
Here we are again for update number 5 already, it is remarkable how quickly time flies to be honest. Well the last update ended with a lovely farewell from Australia's largest shantytown thus this update starts with a lovely welcome from the same shantytown! Boy oh boy it’s been a great couple of months living in a van between the most luxurious and creative tents we have ever seen. Believe it or not but the vast majority of people lives in a tent, yes that’s right in ...
... After lunch we drove back the way we came. This time we stopped off at a roadside tea field owned by the Daintree Tea Co. They had an "honor" sales counter under a shelter where you could just pick out your tboxes of tea and leave the money. Amazing. We stopped again about a mile further down at the Daintree Ice Cream Company. We had cups of ice cream with four flavors - raspberry, mango, jackfruit and wattle seed ... I think ...
... plant species in 1 hectare of rainforest, and it is possible that in some places, 2 hectares of rainforest can contain 150 different species of tree.
4 Some rainforest trees are estimated to be over 2500 years old and it would take a dozen people, stretched finger-tip to finger-tip, to encircle the buttressed trunk.
5 A rainforest tree generally takes 80 - 90 years to ...