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... I had not been diving since last March and I also have never gone diving without a dive instructor before. My biggest concern with diving is with navigating. I rely on GPS for driving whenever I go anywhere, so you can imagine I struggle with navigating myself around the ocean. When you snorkel it is easy just to pop your head up and see the shoreline or boat, but when you scuba dive, depending on water visibility, ...
... in buying Wilson, we told her about the blowing exhaust and the oil leak and she still seemed keen so we arranged to take Wilson over the following morning. The next day we were awake early so we could take Wilson for a test drive to warm him up, he had recently started struggling to start without Joe giving a swift rev of the engine, but more prominent was his reluctance to go into 3rd gear at the beginning of journeys. There had been many a time we had set off on ...
Today we went on a 90 minute catamaran trip out to a platform on the reef. Unfortunately it was cloudy on the way out but the sun broke through about lunchtime. There were diving activities available but we utilised the semi-submersible and glass bottom boats to peer down at the coral and the fish. From what others say we should have tried snorkelling again but neither of ...
... up against the cold coming in off the ocean we took our seats on the grandstand and watched the waves come in. Shortly, a rumble of excitement went through. The 1500 people sat there waiting as the first group of miniature penguins arrived on the beach. It was fantastic, they were so cute and seriously hard core they came out of those vicious waves. It was so peaceful (once the idiots left!), I could have sat there all night, but we took a ...
The flight up to Cairns wasn't without drama as the elderly lady in front of us was taken ill. She complained of back pain so I offered my help, to be told that there were ten doctors on board so not to worry. Nostalgia returned for both Leila and I as we entered Cairns, having visited before, myself back in 2009. It looked very much the same with minimal high rise buildings, a grid-like road system and an esplanade along the front overlooking a calm sea. There isn't much of a ...