Lilybank Bed & Breakfast
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... 10 minute walk. I checked in and headed onto the boat Ocean Freedom. Now I have no idea what type of boat it was but I do know two things it wasn't...a sailboat or a catamaran! Around 8am we headed out towards the reef, about an hr and 30 min sail (without any sails!) I'd been worried on the Whitsundays about being sea sick but hadn't had a problem and so naively thought I'd be fine...however I was not! It wasn't what I'd describe as a smooth ride and the fact that I ...
... it was a real nice place to stay and was rite in the middle of the jungle but only a few minutes walk from the beach! At this point we then signed ourselves up for jungle surfing... Which we later learnt was ran by mad Canadians and Kiwi's who put you in a harness and send you down zip lines hoping to dodge trees, making you go upside down and scream for you life! We first realised the whole experience was crazy when we had to jump into a human hamster wheel to power the lift to ...
... smells and sounds, the night markets was happening! We had a very multicultural dinner of Chinese smorgasbord, spaghetti, garlic bread and hot chips (Sam had a fair bit of input into the menu!). After a look through the stalls and picking up a couple of souvenir t-shirts for the boys, we called it a night.
The next day we took a trip on the Kuranda Scenic Railway up to the village of Kuranda in the rainforest behind cairns. The boys love ...
... the shower at that time which was where tje snake was heading to. Joe ran out dripping wet and panicked. I ran and got Ed who came tp save the day but unfortunately, i had left Joe to guard the snake (from afar....really afar as he was terrified) some how in the two mimutes it took me to run and get Ed, Joe had lost the snake somewhere round the washing machine. I was more worried now as i didnt know where it was. Describing what type of snake i think it ...
Well everything is packed and sorted,then I've changed my thoughts on what I'm taking,I've changed my wardrobe ideas and repacked hmm only about 6 times now. I'm only letting myself take 11 to 12 kgs in My suit case which for a me is a hard thing to do as I'm the queen of over packing. For Mark packing is easy as he always travels light, for him a change of underwear is all he reckons he ...