Coral Sea Views
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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 …
... when there aren't crocs about. On the way back we got a boat on the river that took us to try and find some crocs. All day we'd been told about 3-4 metre crocs, and even a couple that reach 7. We saw a 3 foot croc. I've seen bigger puppies. After this we made our way back to Cairns, where we arrived just in time to see the nightly bat parade through the sky. We followed them towards our home, ate some dinner and chilled out for the evening. All in all, an epic ...
... tarmac to gravel, so we had to consult the map to check how much further it was. Turned out it was just around the corner. Got to Cape Tribulation Beach House and checked in. Dropped all our stuff off in the room and made the bed. There was one other guy in there. We went and put all our food in the fridge and made some lunch. We had noodles and a banana. Whilst we were sat there a Goanna wandered passed, not sure what he was up too, but he had a casual look ...
... her didgeridoo skills and got a consolation Corona. Their new recruit got some stick from the boss and made friends with Emma. He's from Windsford and also knows the famous Jonny Depp lady, the local with the Captain Sparrow and Edward Scissor Hands tattoos and dolls named after his children. Come to England, we're that entertaining.
We passed on the free beer in town and headed home. We slept a little, sweated a lot and crossed our fingers for a quick solution in the morning.
... a baby shark!
As the dry season slowly comes to an end and the wet season with its rain, heat and humidity arrives, a lot of backpackers pack their stuff and literally leave their tents behind to either go down the east coast to Melbourne, cross the country and travel along the west coast, fly to Asia, NZ, etc. or go back to their home countries. Unfortunately this part of the Port Douglas experience also brings a lot of goodbyes, which we nicely call “See ...