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... at the back of a pond under a mangrove and managed to spear it. Into the bucket it went. Later we found a male mating a female. Juan would only take the male and so he scooped him into the bucket. A feisty one here though and after he first clambered out the bucket, we weighed him down with mussels and leaves to calm him.
We made our way out of the mangroves (we'd probably been searching for a good hour). We were all muddy and a ...
... 3 dive sites. I only went in 1 of them. It was epic. I saw all these fish again and I even saw a giant clam that was 3 meters. The clam ate a fish. Then we went to 2 other sites. On the way back we sat on the bottom level of the boat where we didn’t get wet. I will have the Great Barrier Reef in my mind for thousands of billions of years- even when I go up to heaven!
EMMA- Our first trip out to the Great Barrier Reef
During one day of our ...
... amazing feat, the jetty stretches on and on, and conveyer belts run the sugar from the plant out to the docks where the ships wait with their holds open and the sugar dumps straight into them! We also had the best barramundi of the trip here, from a little takeaway cafe beside the jetty...mmmm! It was a long drive so our room at Mission Reef ...
... I was still pretty sodden by the time we got on the bus (which, incidentally, tried to leave without Becky). And we started on our way up past Port Douglas and toward the protected Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation. The only way to get to the Rainforest proper was to cross on a ferry - the river has no bridges. On the other side of the river, there is no electricity grid either, so anyone who lives there has to be pretty self-reliant. Daintree ...
... closed that day, due to high winds. The spiritual nature of the formation and the stories left us with a better understanding of the Aboriginal people.
We returned to the resort at 11:30 and had to quickly check out of our room. Left Ayers Rock at 3:30 and arrived in Cairns (pronounced Cans) at 6:00. Went by shuttle to Port Douglas. Arrived in the dark so didn't get to see the beautiful ...