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Crocs that change Sex and the Daintree Discovery Centre! - Day 294 - 8 November

We finally left our latest campsite (and part menagerie) but not before we had had a final look around and the owner of the place had seemingly, to ourselves at least, risked life and limb just to feed his ‘pet’ crocodile! 912 more words


April 1992

From there after lunch we travelled to the Yellow Waters for our cruise.


This was the highlight of our day. I could not believe the peace and tranquility.

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Crocodile Rock*

Weve been joined on this part of the trip by Dick’s brother, who knows Costa Rica well (and who speaks fluent Spanish – ¡que bien!). Taking advantage of his knowledge and, finally, a break in the less than ideal (ie absolutely flaming awful) weather, we were able to get out and about a little more. 233 more words

A Student Response to C. Rossetti's "My Dream"

The poem “My Dream” by Christina Rossetti emphasizes her use of dream or otherworldly metaphor and imagery along with allusions to the passage of time. As in other examples of her writings she reflects Victorian concerns over progress and regress. 779 more words


I often think that people underestimate crocodiles – they are not only stealthy and fast they are also incredibly cunning – even as Australians well versed in the danger of crocodiles – I have been amazed by the stories I have been told. 123 more words


The Crocodile Park

It is my intention to periodically release extracts from my various travel diaries,  which I feel may be of interest.

The Broome Crocodile Park (now known I believe, as the… 225 more words

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