Mountain View Lodge
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... Boar, Crocodile, Camel, well you get the picture. Although I did have a hard time deciding, eventually I opted for the “Introduced Plate” which contained 3 burgers…one Buffalo, one Wild Bore, and one Camel. I was also given Choko and Taro as my 2 side items. Before I delve into the burgers, lets talk about the sides. Choko is a fruit very similar to a pear. They take it, slice in long thin slices, sauté it in garlic and pepper, ...
... too rushed, and Garry and I and another dive pair had been split up, making buddy checks a bit difficult, initially but this was changed very quickly. When we started to dive it was obvious that our guide was not that experienced at guiding and was being guided himself by the groups tail end charlie. Then 2 of the divers took it in turns to go to the surface - not that experienced then! Nightmare for the guide and a bit frustrating for ...
... shops, and a long stretch of beautiful Queensland beach. It's got a Southern California feel and is a great place to spend a couple days or a couple weeks depending on your itinerary. 4. Byron Bay - With its laid back vibe, great food options, trendy shops along Main Street, and a great beach with surf to boot. You could easily find yourself spending more time here than planned. 3. Whitsunday Islands - The warm turquoise water and pristine white beaches are sure to impress even ...
... The guide gave it a poke and it hopped off.
Kept walking along until the guide stopped and told us not to stand on the orange fruit on the ground. They think it’s from the tar tree and could burst if it was trodden on. Still don’t know why this tree is about.
We walked out of the rainforest and on the gravel track that leads up to where we started. There was another lizard asleep in a tree, horizontal this time, so much comfier i’d ...
... for lunch. Cairns then onto Port Douglas.
I had chosen to stay here, its lovely, we are withing 5 minutes in each direction of the 4 mile beach, the shops and the marina.
Swim, and watched the fruit bats flying about, before heading out for a meal. The bar we chose is where both Luke and another friend Lauen stayed.