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... The town is really nice and is the least touristy place we has visited up the east coast. It is also one of the most expensive places we have been and we are definitely in the minority as backpackers. The walk is only 10 minutes either way but in the heat and humidity it is not advised with bags of shopping. We spend the rest of the day relaxing by the pool and even splash out on some G & T's from the bar. Not a bad day! 8th April - A very uneventful day ...
... that it has a bright blue head (photos) and after the female lays the eggs, the male sits on them for several months, then after they hatch he raises the chicks until they can fend for themselves (about 9 months). We were very lucky to find a male and two chicks (photos) crossing the road, then found them in the forest. We also found a water dragon (photo). Finally, on Sunday we got sun as we left for Sydney.
It's Saturday and our time here in Cairns is nearly over. Taxi to the airport is ordered and we just need to vacate the room. Another hot day is forcast here with no rain. This the last day of summer here. The rainy season runs from December to March and the locals say that the rain so far has been low on volume. Everything looks very green here to the untrained eye however. Soon the flight to Melbourne, between 4 and ...
... take us back down the mountain 7.5km. There are 2 stops where you can get off to see the views, on one of the stops one of the guys looked like Jim Carey and Micky and Ben loved telling him. At the bottom we would have to wait 40 minutes for the bus to take us home so we got a cab, this was because it was 20 to 5 and we had to get ready for dinner which was booked for 6.30. However we did manage a quick drink in the Lime Tree ...
... in recession the last 5 years and there is so much money here! They are apparently the fifth highest per capita income the world and they look it. I feel quite jealous. Still they do have to put up with their appalling sense of humour and live continuously with an Aussie accent so they can’t have it all. They are becoming increasingly Asian - lots of land/mineral rights and businesses going to China and I think that’s where all the money comes from. ...