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... to be seen and there are three
beautifully designed raised walkways so that one can stroll through this
natural wonder without disturbing anyone or anything. Of course, it is unsafe
to swim because of the Estuarine Crocodiles but we saw people swimming anyway –
maybe they couldn’t read English but I’m afraid we weren’t prepared to wade in
and put them straight!
One day, we met a four wheel
drive tour bus ...
... obviously had been classically trained just sitting on the ground playing his heart out, man could that guy play, another with dreadlocks down to his bum was playing an old piano that he had dragged in on wheels that looked like they had been stolen from somebody's wheelie bin, the rest of the poor old piano was in bad repair with the top and front missing, however the sound that he produced from this pile of junk was nothing short ...
... at the back of a pond under a mangrove and managed to spear it. Into the bucket it went. Later we found a male mating a female. Juan would only take the male and so he scooped him into the bucket. A feisty one here though and after he first clambered out the bucket, we weighed him down with mussels and leaves to calm him.
We made our way out of the mangroves (we'd probably been searching for a good hour). We were all muddy and a ...
... up the mountain by weaving it's way around the hillsides, through several tunnels, over trestle bridges, slowing at a waterfall n stopping for a short break to view Barron Falls. At Kuranda, we had a few hours to wander around the streets, strewn with gift shops, market stalls, eateries and attractions like the Butterfly Sanctuary and Birdworld. We visited the Butterfly sanctuary to be in awe of the incredible brightly coloured butterflies of all shapes and sizes, happily ...
... plants that it looks like the rainforest is reclaiming it, At Kuranda there is a large market with
all manner of different stalls, heaps of eateries and a very impressive icecream shop. After we had lunch and saw everything we wanted to see. we caught the skyrail back down the mountain. This time we were high above the rainforest looking down below. We stoped at two stations on the way down, each time getting off and walking around in ...