Thanks Ken. Humidity is something I'm used to - Hong Kong is at the "curry-eating blacksmith's armpit" end of the scale, while Daintree is - mercifully - both drier and considerably more fragrant!
Being tongue in cheek, but perhaps you should consider a visit in the first 3 months of the year when it averages over 400mm/per month instead of the 28mm of July. With much more rain of course if a cyclone goes close. It's also close to 10 degrees warmer. Those months should give you a much more homely feeling
Seriously, though HK in summer can be really horrendous - much worse than here in Singapore.
BTW great report as always. Lots of good memories from multiple trips in the same locations.