(To the) rainforest

Trip Start Mar 17, 2007
Trip End Ongoing

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Flag of Australia  , Queensland,
Monday, July 21, 2008

From Port Douglas to Cape Tribulation: a big stretch of mostly deserted beaches. With jelly fish warnings, including the first aid for it. IF you get it back to the beach. And, the first aid will not help you survive if it was a Portuguese ship of war. T even has a romantic moment and prints a message in the sand.

I forgot about the ferry. I do not like ferries, taking all my belongings. What if they sink? This one does not.

We cruise around for a place to stay. The tourist information is helpful! In Cape Tribulation Beach house resort, there is wireless, at a price of course. It is the same place I stayed before!!! Remember, Girls???


No big spiders this time but a very cute small one, don't you think?

There are no more dormitories. Yes, yes, we were considering it! And only the expensive room has wireless, so we bite the bullet: 159$: ouch. We book a rainforest night tour. It has been grey and raining all day but as soon as we booked the tour, it starts pouring. I am not talking drizzle but: showers. Big cats and huge dogs. And it does not stop. We go for early dinner and my lamb is absolutely gorgeous.

The time of the night walk approaches and ... we chicken out. It has been pouring for hours. It is not warm. No umbrellas allowed. So, we skip.

The next morning, it still pours, when we leave, direction south.
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