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... of the van by this point but still cheered up by the seaside campsite and dinner and beers. Saturday came and we woke up early. Mum and I planned to go for a swim in the sea to wake us up. Leech was dead to the world so we left her where she was. I had gotten up to me knees and it really wasnt that cold but then mum scared me with her undercurrent comments and the rocks started to smack against my legs as the big waves brought them back in. So we took a quick shoulder dip and then ...
... and kiwi smoothie and watching some rugby highlights.
I feel nothing but exhausted, maybe the heat and early mornings, or knowing that the next couple of days it'll be all eyes on me. Will Gil let off for a day or two? I doubt it.
Within the last couple of weeks, there has been a lot of change. With Nathan and Rachel gone the atmosphere has dramatically improved, more relaxed and more enjoyable. Conversations and laughter. Due to similar personalities ...
Days to weeks, weeks to a month. the time has flown but the work drags and continues everyday. As the novelty wears off so too does the excitment and, at first, what I thought were different jobs are actualy the same, wheelbarrowing an item from A to B. Sand, gravel, soil, hay, all kinds of **** and sometimes even ****. Overall it is an experience working here at Daintree, however with a month just passed my spirit wants to wonder but here I stay and with no car I am cadged, both mind and ...
Crashing down on the steel roof outside, the free roaming kangaroos take shelter as the rain continues. Hammering against the windows, the sound is deafening and as the day passes it becomes the soundtrack for the week. A cloudless sky greets the early mornings, giving everyone a false sense of comfort that today is the day the rains stop, however, between
the hours of 10-12 the clouds creep up, sprikling at first but then back to the down pours. Every animals seeks ...
... With the skilled and experienced eye of our guide, we did spot a few crocs though including a male teenager named Scooter- who was 2 meters in length, as well as a green tree snake and countless birds, including fishers and egrets. Next we went for a quick stroll over the beach and through a mangrove forest at Cape Tribulation - the sight near where Captain Cook's ship hit a reef during the voyage in which the British 'discovered' Australia. He named the cape ...
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