A Daintree week

Last week we camped at Noah Beach np, a favorite simple beachside stay in the World heritage Daintree National Park. Beautiful to say the least.
The forest really does tumble right into the turquoise sea…
Happy children on sand
Lily’s beloved elephant posed happily with her

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We had a lot of coconuts traveling with us! Yippee! Good soft jellied flesh in some of them and great water…
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On our way back down to the ferry we stopped at Hutchinson cr which was a refreshing clear water swim, lush green eyeball fillup, ochre stone grinding play and sour sop eating stopover.

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It’s only a five minute trip over the Daintree river and we all love sailing our bus on water. But it does always make me a little nervous…
That was my last visit up there for this year and I truly soaked up the majesty of this unique and precious landscape,
diverse and sacred.

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