Now, I am one of The People! What do you think?
We got to see lots of really tall trees and palms from the Skyrail. The view of Cairns was also pretty neat. Australia has a pretty dramatic coastline – not very flat.
They were sleeping when we passed by.
I thought that I was excited that someone was finally giving me large pointy objects and showing me how to use them, but apparently I was not as enthusiastic as Pam. 🙂 At least we will not go hungry!
This one one of the little shops in Kurunda.
We are not quite sure what happened to our Youth Minister while riding the Skyrail to the aboriginal village. Oh, and he wants this one in the church bulletin. 🙂
All the kangaroos were roaming around freely. They were extensively photoed and petted. We are a little glad the crocs were not also free-roaming.
St. A’s pilgrims are now on a train by Karunda, headed toward the rainforest. There is a light rain, so we will have an authentic experience. We will also get to experience aboriginal life and pet Australian animals like kangaroos and koalas. There will be crocodiles, too, but they are not recommended for petting. 🙂
The pilgrims are on the bus, on the way to the Great Barrier Reef. It is warm and humid outside, but overcast and rain is expected. Good thing we are going to be wet anyway. 🙂