Rendezvous Reef Resort Port Douglas
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... we sat on top of one of the rocks and ate our lunch. We saw an australian brush turkey, just a little bit more colourful than our turkeys. We crossed the crocodile invested waters of the Daintree River by ferry and continued along the road which had become alot more bumpy until we reached Alexandra Lookout - beautiful panoramic views across the rainforest. We continued further north to Kulki lookout this was definitely a ...
... you ask? The odd ice cream stop? - oh go on then if we must.
Cape Tribulation, so called after Captain Cook arrived here in 1770, after mapping the East coast and promptly ran aground on the Great Barrier Reef - which was a pain in the ass (or a tribulation as he called it). He stayed for a month in the area to mend his ship and named a few things, appropriated a few large areas for the Crown then buggered off back home with plans for a penal colony in ...
... have any bad weather.
Whilst I caught up on my blog, read most of a book and swam, Mike stopped at 3 different reefs, first area was Opal, reef, after a nice buffet lunch Agincourt reef. The snorkeling was good, clarity of vision was good. Mike was amazed at the different shape sizes & colour of the coral, the variety of different fish was interesting too. He hired ...
... Australia spending time there. I had a very interesting conversation with two ladies from New Zealand who have spent the last six months traveling around. They have to return home shortly as they are only allowed to stay out of the country for six months when receiving a pension.
There is always a good number of overseas people who are traveling Australia, listening to their stories is always ...
... a lot of pulling and tugging, helped me into it. I'm SO grateful that she did. The helmet walk was unbelievably cool. We walked down into the water and they lowered an oxygen filled helmet down over our heads. Once we were helmeted, we went down many steps to a viewing platform several meters down (yawning to equalize the pressure several times.) Once down, they fed the fish right in front of us. ...