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Post Info TOPIC: Cuppa & MrsTea's Blog - Getting to know the Rainforest. (Daintree)


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Cuppa & MrsTea's Blog - Getting to know the Rainforest. (Daintree)


We are now settled for into our 'jungle' house sit & are enjoying adapting to a very different environment. This 'installment' brings us up to date.
 


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Another good read Cuppa and Mrs Tea including great pics as well as the funny looking fruit pics.

Not sure about that disgusting pic of the person in the shower though disbeliefnobiggrin



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Great read again. Don't like "Betty" much, prefer the birds.

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Hey cuppa, just wondering, did you camp at well 33 on the canning in about August 2016? I remember talking to a couple in a vehicle like yours there. Regards Pete

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Hey cuppa, just wondering, did you camp at well 33 on the canning in about August 2016? I remember talking to a couple in a vehicle like yours there. Regards Pete

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Hi Pete, unless '16 is a typo it wasn't us.   It was late July '18 when we camped at Well 33.



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Such a great read. I always look forward to seeing what you and Mrs Tea are up to on your travels and all too often marvel at your adventures.

What makes your story so wonderful is the inclusion of your 'little realities'. We can all read about the 'places', it's each person's experience of that place that makes it special.






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Sorry Cuppa. I missed your reply. Was 2016. Well there is more than one younger couple travelling indefinitely in a patrol ute then. We had a great yarn with these people and boiled the billy on an abandoned camp fire (left by that very expensive canning stock route tour mob in their Mercedes tour vehicles) and had a cuppa together. Regards Pete

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Pete, we came across the CSR tour mob at Desert Queen Baths, Karlamilyi NP. I think. Separate Toilet vehicle, & Kitchen vehicle, plus passenger vehicles I think.

Thank you Lily, appreciate your welcome feedback.

Dougwe & Possum3 - always look forward to your comments.

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Another good read Cuppa & Mrs T, so thanks for that



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