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... some street performers and taking in the ambience before heading back to the bar for our free meal and returning to the hostel to cook some pancakes for desert! Considering the state of the utensils the pancakes turned out pretty well and the left over mix was good for breakfast the next day!
Today we had to check out so we got up early, showered and then packed up our bags and got ready to leave on our trip through the forest to Kuranda Village. The trip ...
... cloudy when we were there but it wasnt even raining. They had 4000 lightning strikes in an hour. I would not have wanted to take off in that. By about 2.30pm we admitted defeat and slept. We slept right through the alarm we had set and woke up when it was dark. Neither of us had the energy to get dinner so we slept through to the next morning! It had been a long 30 hours between checking out of one hotel and into the next. Still no more flying till january now, ...
... facedown looking into a river. As humans we aren't programmed to think such things are safe nor normal, so my body went into shock mode as my hands swelled up with pins and needles, and for a moment I felt paralysed! As I dropped I sprung back up and swung around like a Rag-doll as the adrenaline sprung through me and I felt the recognised buzz that I felt when I skydived. It was incredible. I got into the little rescue boat and back ...
... people out and about enjoying the beautiful day. We planned to come back for a full day of sightseeing while based in Cairns. Just beyond the village we stopped to do a brief walk through the rainforest to view the Barron Falls in the National Park of the same name. The forest was alive with the sounds of birds and other creatures rustling around in the undergrowth. Although there wasn’t a huge flow of water over the top of the falls they were, never-the-less, ...
... seulement visité 2 récifs sur une totalité de 3000 s'étalant sur 300 000 km carrés. Donc, on pourrait y passer la vie à visiter des récifs différents à chaque jour!
Nous avons ensuite poursuivis notre route vers le nord pour atteindre la ville la plus au nord de Queensland accessible par route pavée. C'est donc en se rendant à Cape Tribulation que nous avons pu admirer la forêt tropicale de Daintree. Une des forêts les plus ancienne du monde où la végétation abonde en ...
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