Mantra On The Inlet
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... these parts, jellyfish don't just hurt, they can kill you. Luckily, they tend to stay close to shore. The reef is out a ways from shore, so when we were diving I didn't see a single jellyfish. The box jellyfish and the irukandji are the ones to worry about though, and you often can't see the irukandji. And it is the season for them to be out and about!
We left on a ...
Nachdem wir mit der Fähre in etwa 2 Minuten den Fluss überquerten, befanden wir uns nun im eigentlichen Daintree National Park. Bei unserem ersten Spaziergang durch den Regenwald ist tatsächlich das Unmögliche möglich geworden. Wir sahen ein Cassowary! Das Tier welches nur in 2 Gebieten Australiens vorkommt und von welchem es am Mission Beach mit gerade mal 40 Individuen sogar mehr als im Daintree National Park gab. Nachdem wir das Cassowary das ...
I woke up early after 12 hours sleep. Peter had tried to adjust to the time by staying up late the night before.
We had no food so we drove into Port Douglas and bought breakfast at a small cafe. The coffee (flat white) cost $3.90 for a cup and $4.90 for a mug. Then we wandered through some shops until we found the grocery store, Coles. We did some shopping, picking up basics. We managed to ...
... which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Daintree Rainforest is the single largest block of tropical rainforest in Australia, encompassing approximately 12,000 square kilometres from the Daintree River North to Cooktown and west to the Great Divide. The Daintree is the oldest intact tropical rainforest and contains the highest concentration of primitive flowering plant species worldwide. Our first stop was at the ...
... street didgeridoo players ( one was really good and, surrounded by children, whenever one dropped a coin into his box he incorporated a "thank you" into his sound) we followed the almost empty forest walk paths for 2 or 3 miles on a round trip to the sky rail cableway station. The cableway takes you over the forest canopy with the jungle growing up around the supports. Looking down it looks and feels remote and I can believe there are still the odd Cassowary lurking in ...