Saltwater Luxury Apartments
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... They had lunch at Mount Molloy then rode to Mount Carbine where they spent the night at the show ground. From there they rode all day until reaching Lakeland, spending Saturday night there.
From Lakeland they road to Cooktown, the main group arriving just around lunch time. The paper reported that it was over a 300klm ride in all.
Mount Molloy free camp was busy as usual, there were people from ...
Today we left the hotel at 7:20 and drove up the coast towards Cape Tribulaton, named so by Captain Cook. Tribulation indeed, as it is where his ship, the Endeavour was run aground on a reef. Fortunately he survived and they were able to repair the ship and make it further north to what is now Cooktown, about as far north as you can go in Australia without a serious 4 wheel drive vehicle. We drove through the Daintree Rainforest. ...
... grocery shopping. Very upmarket sort of place and very busy. Driving in along the thoroughfare it was just flash resort after flash resort. Drove passed the marina and marvelled at the money that must have been tied up in some of the boats.
Thought we would try and find a camp spot just south of Port Douglas from which we could come back for day to look around. Before we knew it we were in Cairns. Port Douglas will have to wait for another time.
... to come back to, after a couple of hours we took off to Daintree Village to have a look and if you blinked you would of missed it, but they did have the Big Bara so we had to have a photo. We expected a village in the middle of a rainforest we were disappointed. On the way back we spotted our first saltwater croc which we were all excited about, he was just lying on the riverbank watching, he was a huge. Back ...
... Reef, our first encounter with the largest coral reef in the world. The trip had taken us up the east coast for more than 2500km and thus we decided it was time to leave the coast behind and explore the inland a bit more. Therefore, the next destination turned out to be the Blackdown Tableland National Park. This would also turn out to be the last trip with Dani, the Swiss man, because after the national park he was set to head back to Brisbane. The Blackdown Tableland hosted ...