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... and we were all fascinated with the houses surrounded by sugar cane some of which would have been over 2 metres tall. Drove up to the Daintree where we caught the ferry across ($24 return) then drove straight up to Cape Tribulation. What an incredible part of the world, beautiful sand beaches it's just a pity you can't swim in there due to the crocs and the jelly fish.
It was on the way back down when we ...
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From we travelled south to Cairns and have stayed here (Lake Placid Tourist Resort - 8 km N of Cairns) for 14 days
Cairns is a real tourist place but has lots of attractions and surrounded by tropical forest and the ocean - we love it here
The caravan park is alongside the Barron River on one side and backs onto a steep mountain with the usual tropical rain forest and is 3 km downstream from the Barron gorge
... reasons. It is all quite safe, well probably not eating it, but it is how it is on a tropical island.
Many of those on board took the opportunity to snorkel in the clear waters. We had our togs but as the tide was low it would have been hard to avoid touching the coral and not being able to stand at all just may have been a bit hard for me energy wise. All those who snorkelled were issued with Lycra body suits as although this ...
... Was hoping to see a Cassowary but alas no luck.
Took a drive down to Mossman Gorge. Had a lovely stroll through the rain forested gorge and thought that was better value than the Daintree.
Since we could not get an extra night it was time to leave Wonga Beach. We are surprised at the difficulty with booking caravan park sites. Everyone with a caravan must be on the Qld coast and most parks are booked out. Called in to Port Douglas ...
... but this was really nice. After the tastings we got the tour of the plantation and shown how they grow and how they are picked. It really was an interesting place and well worth it... even just to see the kids screwed up faces when they tasted something they didn't like.
Not really sure just yet what we are doing tomorrow. I could get used to this Port Douglas apartment and stay here for the day, but there's a whole bunch of things to do.