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Plane, train and automobile - instead of southern Africa it's off to FNQ

k_sheep

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Most things are open...currently...albeit at a reduced schedule.
The only major thing shut is Skyrail.
Not every reef boat goes every day, they share the passengers and the trips.
So if you want a specific tour, you might end up on another similar one instead.
The crowds are down, only grey nomads to fight with at the moment.
Sounds perfect!

Sadly I'll be working the majority of time but shall make time for excursions!
 
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Don't know how I missed seeing this TR until alerted with today's AFF Gazette, but great stuff @bpeteb.

I'm like you. I do my TRs as my own summary (in a Word document) and then put them on AFF, as they may be of interest to others.
 

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Well, here's me saying I haven't seen a Cassowary for ages and yesterday THIS happens...
This was not at Cape Trib but...and was 10km from any public road...I hiked in.
He just stood there eating on the side of the track for 10 minutes...I edged closer even making noise, he just wandered
2ft off the track and as I passed went back onto the track.

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Well, here's me saying I haven't seen a Cassowary for ages and yesterday THIS happens...
This was not at Cape Trib but...and was 10km from any public road...I hiked in.
He just stood there eating on the side of the track for 10 minutes...I edged closer even making noise, he just wandered
2ft off the track and as I passed went back onto the track.

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Cardboard cut out, for sure ;)
 

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