A Tropical Escape B&B
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As promised Neil knocked on our lockout door shortly before 9:15 confirming that he would be happy to give us a ride to the station. All packed up we hopped into a stranger's vehicle and made our way to the bus station. After a handshake from Ryan and a hug from me Neil headed back to the resort leaving us to wait for our 10 AM bus. Of course I did a little shopping at the local beach and bikini shop while Ryan chilled on the bus bench. Luckily, I noticed from the store window the bus ...
... for the tourists, but despite that and many other stories of sightings that we heard, we didn't see one in our three days there.
We did get our Great Barrier Reef cruise, though. In a beautiful way.
Mission Beach has a family who live on their yacht, called Big Mama. They also use their yacht to provide reef snorkling and sunset cruises, catering for small groups (maximum of 12). We enjoyed a lovely day motoring ...
... to do much but still, it made me feel a hell of a lot better. The video itself of the dive is definitely worth the money I paid though, especially compared to the hand camera versions. Anyways, back to the skydive. So, after our safety briefing and mastering of the plane exit banana position (legs back, head back, spine arched) we were geared up and ferried into a minibus to the airfield. On a side note, we saw a cassowary on the way at the side of the road ...
... and we did a few spins before we were free falling straight down at 200km per hour! It was honestly the most incredible feeling of utter freedom. I couldn't hear a sound, could feel the air rushing all over my body and could see the most beautiful sights over the ocean. The free fall lasted for just over a minute before our parachute opened. As it opened we were jolted upwards and slowed right down. I could barely hear and needed to equalise my ears ...
... from Germany. There was power for all of Paronella park 20 years before there was power in Innesfail. Jose died in his 60's and eventually the park was sold and over the years has suffered cyclone and fire damage. The present owners appear to have a vision like Jose and are redeveloping the park, uncovering paths and repairing buildings. The hydro turbine has been refurbished to supply the parks power.