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... quite a few holiday houses, a large Caravan Park and some small business places. On our way around (you can drive all the way around it and end up at Yungaburra, another small town built around it. That also has a caravan park, looks more modern than the other one, some shops in the village and good picnic area. were we stopped for lunch . We also called in to the Cathedral Fig Tree, estimated at 500yrs old its huge, could not get it in ...
... including a lad Asha from London who looked just like Micky G but 20 years his junior. Thursday There's nothing to do in Cairns itself and as I have a couple more days before I head to magnetic island I book myself onto 2 more tours. Today's trip sees me heading to Cape Tribulation and through parts of the Daintree rainforest where I get to lick a green ants body. They say it tastes like citrus and I can confirm it does indeed taste like citrus. From now on if I'm ever ...
... br> - All campsites had toilets and all except 2 sites had showers. These two had streams for bathing
- We camped in some popular areas, plus some that were less frequented. The more remote sites allowed access to places, with history, fauna & flora, not available from say accommodated tours.
- Tents were classed as suitable for 4, but that would be tight, so 2 in a tent was ok and a sole tent option was available ...
Got a call last night from Clermont caravan park, they found my glasses! A quick call to Tyler confirmed they had not yet passed through Clermont so he would call in a pick them up. Yay, saved $400!
We went for another walk this morning before hitting the road again, which turned out well, as just before we headed out we got a call from Carlos and Lisa. They had just arrived in Cardwell so we would hook up and One would ...
... guide do a bush walk with me, and show me all of the plants and medicines that they use from the forest. It was sooo interesting. Next, I had lessons on how to throw a spear (not as easy as one would think), and how to throw a boomerang. (I ROCKED that!). I watched several of the native shows, and finished up by sharing homemade breads and jams with my guide. The center really explained the lives of ...