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... nothing to do with a chicks upbringing. Dinner was again at The Woolshed with our second roomie and her English friend, also called Laura. We talked about our trips so far and about what we'd left behind at home and what we were coming back to. Swapping trip notes we discovered Laura would be staying in our hostel in Magnetic Island. After dinner German Laura joined us and we visited the Night Markets to get our first souvenir from Australia, two matching leather ...
... acquainted with the local residence of the rainforest, including a cute looking tree frog who was having a snooze under my seat (although my initial reaction wasn't quite 'aww look at that cute frog,' but more like 'ahh get me out of this seat!!). After a quick seat swap with Nazy we journeyed out across the Daintree river. Admiring the beautiful trees, birds and snakes around us it wasn't long until we spotted our one and only croc. Although I have seen many ...
... which was amazing to see. The walk was also very close to a creek, so our eyes were peeled for any signs of crocs and in case we had to make a very quick run for it. After a quick walk we then drove back to the old rickety chain ferry to cross the Daintree croc infested river and head to Daintree Village where we had decided to take a Crocodile Cruise in the hope of spotting some wild crocs. We jumped on board the boat and set off cruising down the very murky river where ...
... white cockatoo on top of it. We sure spotted it, and then Kara read in the guidebook that it was a nudist resort. Bill and Lee maintain that it is no longer a nudist resort, that it changed hands a few years ago and that it is now a reputable, clothes wearing holiday spot. But why was it in the current Lonely Planet guidebook as a nudist resort, Bill and Lee, why?
We stayed a night in Palm Cove at a busy caravan park, which is where the post 'This ...
... br> Über noch kurvigere Strassen fahren wir nun durch einen imposanten und faszinierenden Regenwald bis Cape Tribulation. Die Bäume sind gewaltig. Manchmal sieht man etwas Himmel, gelegentlich auch das Meer, meist ist es aber ziemlich dunkel, ungefähr wie im Schwarzwald, nur sind hier die Bäume sehr viel höher.
Der Campingplatz ist praktisch am Meer, wir müssen nur ca. 10m Regenwald durchqueren, und schon ...
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