Port Douglas B&B Four Mile Beach
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... a light in our TVan which keeps blowing out the light fuse. Much to Peters dismay - you can imagine -and frustration he is now at SuperCheap Auto getting more fuses, and has totally disconnected the light. He's not happy that something has broken before we have even hit the corrugations of Cape York.!! He has left me to start dismantling the TVan - you can imagine his angst.... Happy ...
... so they would have time to prepare it. The lady who helped us was not all that friendly.
When we came back more then an hour later she replied I will start working on your order now...Well that did not go down well with me and I mentioned I was not sure when I would be able to pick it up. After 5 minutes in the car and Shirley telling me to calm down I got a call from the owner of the ...
... our trip!
The lovely firemen informed us that the only thing we could do was wait for the tank to empty and so we did, a mere 45 minutes went by and the tank was finally clear. Luckily we had managed to secure about 20 litres of diesel, collecting it with a couple of Tupperware buckets, the rest was gone and lost forever. The next shock hit us as soon as the guy towing us away kindly informed us that he was the one and only mechanic in the next village. Besides him ...
Tuesday Soph-arah and Runia went on a morning run trying to beat Sophie's time from yesterday. Rania was as usual like a dog out of the traps and the first mile was considerably faster than the second but granted there are some undulating hills. I went to work for the very last time and was actually quite jovial as I packed the van for the final time. It was Rania's tours today as she took Sophie and Alex for a walk over the Harbour Bridge or as it appears in Sophie's ...
... I circled yes to having asthma. This meant they wanted a doctors letter which the dive school I trained at in Thailand obviously didn't ever do. The guy went discussed it with the boss and couple moments later he came over with the bad news explaining if I anyone has taken an inhaler in the last ten years they're not allowed to dive! Queensland has the tightest regulations for diving in the world. I was fuming. Tried to get around it but there was no way they would. ...