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... I would never have done it if he hadn't said to me "you are doing this the complete wrong way, stop it, just do it" when I acted like a big girls blouse and refused to let go of the handle.
As soon as I did let go of that little handle though, there was a total change in me. I looked out at the sea, told myself I was ready, and on the countdown I just found myself going forward. Like my brain had had a complete melt down and could no longer figure out what ...
... you couldn't get close to it. We then went off to the gorge, where we had a quick dip. Our next stop was kuranda gardens, where we were able to hold a kuala and feed some kangaroos. It is also one of the only places in oz to have a free fly bird actuary, so that was pretty cool, b made a good friend! We also found the reject shop where we were able to purchase a cooler box, much to my husbands delight!! And a Tom Tom as he didn't trust my navigation skills!! We ...
... staring doe-eyed at some flourishing piece of coral that's been stationary for the last 500 years but it was quite unmissable apparently. The good news is that, as this once-in-a-lifetime sight glided niftily past, I was getting some fairly awesome shots of that coral!
All in all, only a couple of things detracted from what was otherwise a pretty fantastic day. The first; unannounced, undesired and uncompromising was the insurmountably irritating camerawoman! Just as ...
Yesterday we took a day trip out on the Great Barrier Reef, I went Scuba diving for the first time once in the morning and a second dive in the afternoon and went snorkelling twice which is why I didn't write anything. Shirley took a glass bottom boat trip and saw 2 large turtles along with the fantastic coral ...
... early and watched the Dolphins at the end of the jetty and then drove to Hervy Bay, caught ferry to Fraser Island, enjoyed a restful few hours on the beach. Saturday 10th January Drove up through Bundaberg, passed through twice, not out of choice, just lost our way on getting out! Stopped for lunch in seventeen seventy, weird name for town, but great spot to launch boat/canoe/sunbathe. Tannum Sands our stop for the night. Sunday 11th January Drove up through Rockhampton towards Emu ...