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... beautiful rainforest. It started raining so we ran into a big cave until it stopped.
We went snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef at Agincourt Reef. I saw lots of fish and coral. It was so fun'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Coral is formed by little animals called polyps. The coral is the animals skeleton. The coral was lots of different colours like pink, blue, green, purple, orange, yellow. My favourite was the green one. Mummy liked the ...
... muddy river bank often blending in so well it was hard to spot them.
Following the cruise, which took an hour, we took the car ferry and headed north towards Cape Tribulation. We called in at a Discovery Centre but sadly it was quite cool and started to rain so without the right clothes we weren't able to make the most of it. Amazingly as we walked in so did David and Fran Robinson from Wellington. David is ...
... in the sand as we walked hand in hand down the beach. I don't know how many times I said, we really need to get going... But we ended up staying there for quite some time... Long enough that is to see another first... A topless jogger along the beach... I mean the sunshine and the water... yeah the sunshine and the water.
After popping my eyes back in my head and getting a quick jab in the gut by the misses, ...
... cruise, this was nice and met some different people on board, ( DRUNK OLD WOMEN ON WINE, ANNOYING)
After this headed to the tin shed for entrée before we headed to HARRISONS for dinner. Menu interesting here but looked after us and was a nice night.
... third biggest bird after emu's and ostrich. It's a massive WOW moment for us, the guide and the park guide. Pictures on main camera. We then finally arrive at the accommodation. We are staying in the middle of the rainforest. I immediately head off for my sea kayaking. Cape tribulation beach had the advantage of being in two world heritage sites. The is where the rainforest borders the Great Barrier Reef. We obviously head for turtle town. On the edge of the reef it's ...
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