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... as it was already 3 pm. When we checked in they told us we might see Cassowaries at Fan Palm rainforest about 2 km down the road, so as soon as we set up camp we headed down in hunt of the illusive Cassowary. We walked down the 350m board walk that took us through one of the oldest rainforest in the area that was full of the biggest Fan palms I have ever seen, but no luck on the Cassowary. Finished the search off by having a drink at the cafe and chatting to ...
... marina from where the tour boats take you out onto the Great Barrier Reef and on the other side, there is Four Mile Beach – an enormous, flat expanse of beach that stretches away into the distance, lined with palms and other tropical
trees. Strangely enough, even though there are the usual crocodile warning
signs, there is also a lifeguard on duty and swimming is allowed between the
flags! The first time we went there, we simply went for a long walk on ...
... paid for by Pokies M/C income the green is 38.8mt Sq Home by 3pm for tea with 119 km on the clock. We all walked down Macrossan St again for tea tonight we had Chinese at the Jade palace; we all enjoyed a very nice meal. Then on the walk home Di bought ice cream, all very decadent.
27 July, Another nice warm morning, had breakfast then drove down to the wharf to board our Catamaran named Wavedancer originally built by Alan Bond for use as the Media boat for the America's ...
... in the cable car just as you arrive but Bob and I don’t see the value in $15 when all we would do would be to put it in a cupboard. Lots of souvenirs with everything marked Skyway so forgo that pleasure also. Our lift is not long arriving and we are back at the caravan park by 4pm. An interesting day but we both agree that we have had much better rail journeys and Kuranda is just a tourist hotspot, would certainly not bother doing it ...
... there was a music room at the bottom of the house and we all went downstairs. Robin played drums, Juan's dad and brother on guitar. Thomas on bongos. Brilliant.
The seafood was, obviously, excellent.
It was about half 4 by now and we hopped back in the Jeep for a drive over to Mossman gorge. A beautiful and elavated walkway through the rainforest to a wide, fishing river with massive round volcanic boulders. Thomas and Juan ...