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Port Douglas, Mossman Gorge & Ellis Beach
Submitted by bugsly on Tuesday, May 30, 2006 - 02:24 Australia | Car | Core | Foreign Language and Music Study | Life Sciences | Physical and Health Education | Walk

Today we rented a car to do some more exploring. We headed north, and ended up in a town called Port Douglas where we had lunch. We got to have Mexican food and then we headed off again to check out the rainforest.

Daintree National Park is a rainforest that is huge. We went to a part called Mossman Gorge where there are trails overlooking streams and rapid waters. The rainforest was humid and hot but if you looked around you could see small bugs and many different kinds of colorful plants.

One of the main attractions of Mossman Gorge is a large suspension bridge that hangs over the rapid waters. They only allow 20 people at a time on the bridge because it is narrow and moves a lot. It was fun to sway on the bridge and look out over the water.

After the Gorge we had ice cream. I had a 99 cent Flake just like in England. It was refreshing after being in the humidity.

On our way back to Trinity Beach we stopped at Ellis Beach and I waded hip deep in the water. The water was comfortably warm and felt great.

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