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After meeting up with Russell he had lots of things planned for us. We decided to head up to Port Douglas for a night to see where he is getting married next year. The spot was beautiful, right on the coast with beautiful views. We went for a swim on 4 mile beach and took a stroll before playing bowls on the beach until it went dark. In the morning …
... to Hanneli in Cairns and drove with a Taxi to the airport. My backpack weighted 19.9 kg and 20 would have been the maximum haha I was so relieved. Just to let you know it's so heavy because my longboard is in it ;) Now we are high above Australia a 5 hour flight ahead of us the longest you can do in Straya. Soon we will explore a new city a new territory. Also we just have one month left in Australia which is sad but we will make it a hell of a good month ;) Love always ...
What a day! Our transfer bus picked us up for our one hour ride to Port Douglas to board our Quicksilver Cruise out to the Coral Sea and the outer Great Barrier Reef. As always, we had beautiful scenery to look at as we drove along - this time it was the Coral Sea. Quicksilver is the most awarded reef cruise company in Queensland. They have very professional and knowledgable staff that include marine biologists. They also have a large, stable, ...
Above Cairns is Daintree National Park, which is home to crocodiles, cassowaries and bats, and also features rainforests and plenty of beaches. Near Daintree Village, we went on a 1-hour crocodile tour. These crocodiles live here happily in the wild, and are not fed or encouraged to be there in any way by the tour companies. We cruised along the river looking for a croc but were not having much luck. The guide had seen a few small ones ...
... which come out of the rivers around this time of year as well and are in the sea until March ish. Basically impossible to swim in the sea when they’re around even with a stinger suit. A 2m length sting would be powerful enough to kill you in not much more than a 1 minute. And if it doesn’t kill you it hurts like hell and you need hospital admission for management. Winner.