Rainforest Grove Holiday Resort
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... what they call the worlds biggest Burger (no need for dinner tonight) and Michelle had a Burrito. Then over the road for a fruit smoothie and head back to the unit as we were booked in for a night walk with the owners.
Before it was dark Carol asked us to drop in as she has small 3cm bats which she thinks were horseshoe.
We met them at around 7 and headed over to the playing fields in ...
... Marina) which was quite refreshing and then to dinner.
Our new dining companions arrived within a short time and orders were taken.
Now for Greg’s favourite bit … I know he is champing at the bit for this !
I ordered three appetisers – sea scallops and prawns for an appetiser, Beef Skewers and peanut sate for mains and pineapple with pistachio nuts for dessert. With ...
... it. Happy days. No dramas. We picked up a hire car in Cairns - a cute automatic Toyota Yaris - none of us had driven an automatic before so it took 2 years before we worked out how to shift the gear stick. Our first stop was the Daintree River, just north of Cairns. Not expecting much, we were welcomed by a lovely chap called Adam (the croc whisperer), who took us on a private cruise (ballin'). Turns out that he was seriously on point with the fast facts ...
... Eddie of not waking me up, but he didn't care. Then, I woke up and it was 7:43 a.m. Ha.
In real life, Eddie brought me to the airport right on time and I boarded my JetStar flight. Yeah, I know, I vowed never to fly with them again, it's ridiculous, but I had no choice this time.
After I got to the airport, there's no public bus, so I took a shuttle bus for $16 to town! The ...
... decide for them their lands need to be preserved for posterity – frankly I thick they were doing a pretty good job preserving their lands for the thousands of years they lived here before we arrived but what do I know – but I can see why they have an issue with us and its so recent which makes it all the more poignant. All in all queensland was a very interesting place and we shall return in the dry season so we can do the reef justice as well as the stunning beaches.