Mantra On The Inlet
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... eating right here now. And to top it all off I had a Sunkist, which is the best drink known to man, to go with it. Needless to say, this day really couldn’t go anywhere but down after all of that, but there was still a lot to do so we grabbed a map and headed out to see the countryside.
Our final destination was 1 hr 45 min north at Cape Tribulation point. But, between here and there are plenty of other sights to see. Our first stop ...
... was great. Turns out they've won a few awards so not too surprising. Thought it funny that our favourite fish & chip place in Victoria is Red Fish Blue Fish. I guess now we just need to figure out where One Fish is. Is that how the story goes? Its been awhile since I've read Dr Seuss.
L & I have just realized that we reach the 3 week mark tomorrow. It felt like a pretty monumental mark and we both kind ...
... bench by the sea. As we journeyed back we stopped at several well placed board walks with really good information boards, as we explored the mangroves and tropical rain forest flora and occasional fauna. The latter was mostly limited to crabs living in the mud, a few birds, some colourful butterflies, and just one lizard but no snakes or crocodiles! We were looking out for the last two, and we know they are there, but luckily (?) ...
... their days scrabbling around on the ground, building nests, apparently. At night they fly up onto a thin branch that has come far from the tree into an open space, this is so that a snake can’t climb up the adjacent tree to get it. If a snake came along the branch that it’s on, the branch would bend and the Scrub Fowl would be off. They only fly twice a day, once to get up the tree and once to get down.
Stopped walking and the guide had a Cane Toad, ...
... had a fab day being tourists oohing at crocodiles, stroking a koala, meeting a few very poisonous snakes (and learnt some first aid for snake bites - me ?? risk averse?? no!) and playing with some little wallabies. My girls were well happy.
We headed back for Cairns YHA after what had been a really fulfilling week, excited about our 5 day PADI scuba diving course out on the Great Barrier Reef. Here we go!