Coral Sea Views
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... and birds. Lots of local anecdotes, tales of just how high the water gets in the 'wet' especially when combined with a cyclone which appears to happen here on a regular basis.
Salt water crocodiles are a serious matter in Australia. Croc warning signs are posted everywhere near the ocean, and for good reason, the crocs can get up to 18 feet in length and will attack, kill and eat humans. Normally they eat fish and mud crabs but are very opportunistic. During ...
... the stand. It was all on the "honor system" as you put your money in the tin and took the tea paid for. If only that would work in NYC....
Back on the bus, one stop for really good ice cream, then back to the hotel.
That night, we had dinner as a group. Maree was not feeling well, so we had dinner without her. Hopefully, she will be better in the morning as we will be leaving Port Douglas.
... Our next stop was at a lookout named Walu Wugirria where you see scenes of the Daintree River's mouth, rainforest and the ocean. A couple with their daughter took our photo with the ocean view as the backdrop. They were on a cruise and had hired a car to travel the Daintree.
Across the ferry we traveled then stopped on the other side to hop aboard an electrical solar power boat for a cruise of the Daintree River. We saw ...
... Further along the road the cars have stopped in both directions. To everyone's surprise there is a male cassowary with not one but two chicks. The fact that cars stopped shows how much the locals and tourists appreciate and respect the cassowaries. No body gets annoyed, no beeping of horns. Everyone knows what's happening when they stop. They are massive creatures, easily six foot with a black body and bright blue head and neck with spatterings on red and yellow. They ...
... shared as we watched the crew in constant motion ministering to lots of ill folks.
This may come as a real surprise to you but upon returning to the hotel, who was there to greet us again but our dear friend, Wolf Blass. Enough said!
For dinner, we booked at one of the most unique and enjoyable atmospheres one is ever likely to find, Nautilus Restaurant in Port Douglas. You'll have to Google yourselves since we forgot to bring the camera and that was when we ...