Mantra On The Inlet
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... get in at all. Apparently they had two inches of rain here overnight so it's pretty damp here. We do our shopping for the next month today and I literally can't fit all the food in the van. We do check in and walk around town. It just seems like shops and pubs. We go to The Groper Bar at the inlet where we first went for a wine and bucket of prawns 17 years ago and not much has changed. Well that is apart from the hundreds of people that come every day to watch George the Groper ...
... br> before returning to the skyrail.
Monday 24th May: It was up early and on the road again. We only went about 70 km north to Port Douglas. It was a lovely costal drive with views out to the Coral Sea.We are now in the pointy bit of Australia, FNQ (Far North Queensland). We set up in a caravan park in town then had a bit of lunch then went for a drive around town to check it out and up to the lookout.
I woke up to a dozen birthday cards Trish had bought from home. That was a very good start to my day. We had a stroll along Four mile Beach. Stood and watched some guys doing their stuff with kite surfing it was such a perfect day for it as it was very sunny and what seemed to be a perfect wind , it did look exciting. Walked back through the houses , got a bit lost but had a chat with two guys on a building sight. He said " it's your birthday many ...
... to find some
owls. On arrival we found bats and a few frogs whilst also catching a couple of cane toads. Andrew then found a Barn Owl who just came out of a hole in a gum tree.
Happy with our find we went in search of striped possums. We first tried their property but
couldn't find any there, although we did see 2 afferent types of fireflies. We then moved on back to the property we ...
... the rest of the audience got to chant, “hey, whoo!” Literally. Mom never quite got the wording down, but she was so enthusiastic about it that they pulled her up with some other audience members at the end to help finish out the show. She got a memory stone, which is considered good luck.
The show ended around 9PM. Greg got a quick lesson on how to throw the returning boomerang, and the group got a picture with the dancers before heading back to Port Douglas for the ...