The Reef Retreat Palm Cove
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Woke early. 6am, after a good nights sleep .Nice cup of tea and then catch the 8.15 bus to Cairns.Very warm but a bit cloudy at times. First stop breakfast on sea front. Mum ..scrambled egg with Ciabatta an tomato with me having Gypsy Eggs...2 poached eggs,chorizo sausage,bacon and a spicy tomato sauce with chick peas...absolutely scrummy!!!!!! …
... breeds and displays many different species of butterfly including the Cairns Birdwing and the beautiful blue Ulysses, both native to the region. If you were still enough the butterflies would land on you for a very close encounter. Harrison just wasn't still enough for this, but Sam managed to get up close and personal with the butterflies. After a big day in Kuranda, we headed back on the train with the boys sleeping all the way home!
... way to take a walk over the raised up rainforest boardwalks and learned more about the fight for survival of many of the flora and fauna in the rainforest. In true rainforest style, it began to rain. If we were in Disney, I would have thought it was a deliberate act of the behind the scenes team, however this was the ‘real deal’. It was surreal as the rain came down and we were sheltered under the huge canopy of leaves but could feel the moisture ...
Hi everyone hope you are all ok?????
Well still at Palm Cove enjoying the sunshine!!!!!!
Going to find it hard to leave on Wednesday mmmmmmmm
Spent the morning on the beach soaking up the rays and watching the world go by.....
A little windy this arvo so went for a drive to Clifton Beach, Trinity Beach... Both lovely beaches too.....
long walk around to work off the food and wine ?????
Off to the renound Port ...
... enjoyed the
different type of seating and the slow speed at which we travelled, very
different to the trains which we usually travel in.
Once up at Kuranda we walked all around the small town which
mainly consisted of markets and cafes. There was a butterfly walk, a venom
museum (showing the uses of venom and how to get it), and many different shops
catering for the many tourists that visit the area every day.
The way back down was ...