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... only was the camp site secluded and picturesque but we were lucky enough to have the place, bush pools included pretty much to ourselves. Showers were replaced with baths that night and the kids loved getting their gear off and going a bit wild.
Sorry TLC but we misunderstood your lyrics, so off we went chasing waterfalls. Ellinjaa, Zillie, ...
... infact be one of our final meals and we should definitely enjoy it - after all, jumping out of a plane is, let's be serious, asking for a death wish. To say we all didn't have a fantastic sleep that night would be a slight understatement, as I can imagine the parents sat at home didn't either. The morning of Friday 3rd October rolled around very quickly, as did 7.15am, our skydive pick up time from our hostel. As instructed by my mum so as I didn't faint (I ...
... them at our camp and introduced them to our paradise - they too stayed longer than planned! The kids made a little beach hut out of coconut palm fronds and we had birthday cake and candles in the hut at night.
Mikki too had a birthday and our lovely neighbours helped us celebrate well - Geoff provided meat and humour, Donna cooked the meat and baked the cake and ...
... and molasses. As it was Sunday, there was not much activity at the port or the marina – but still. The guy also recommended getting a pie from the little bakery on the road into here – so guess what we are having for morning tea tomorrow! Interesting fact #1 - until 1910 Innesfail was called Geraldton.
On our way here we called into the Nerada Tea Plantation – again the ...
Today we woke to the horrible news of another airline tragedy... so many families devastated. It put a bit of a dampener on the day - we even met a Dutch family today who had been on that same flight route only 10 days ago.
After breakfast we set off to take a trip over to Dunk Island - the island was bought for a bargain $7.5 million (after cyclone Yasi had wreaked it's devastation) by an uber-rich mining magnate Peter Bond. He ...