Monthly Archives: May 2014

En route to Daintree National Park

On the way to the Daintree National Park and Cape Tribulation, our guide James explained the humor behind this road sign. Cassowary, the endangered bird in Australia, can be often seen in these national parks (we in fact spotted one … Continue reading

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First day in Cairns

This is my first time visit to Cairns, the town that almost all the tours to the Great Barrier Reef depart. A nice surprise occurred when we took an evening walk along the shore: flocks of rainbow lorikeets chirping in … Continue reading

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One sentence summary after watching “X-Men: Days of Future Past”

Well, it has to be put into its perspective. It is hard to describe the feeling of watching this movie in Canberra. The movie has been on my watch list for a long time. I did pay 14 Australian dollar … Continue reading

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