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Ken got back around lunch time with his catch ! And it was a good one - 4 Indonesian snapper and another fish, the name of it escapes me. Very proud !
I tried to get Krystal to give one a kiss, "Rex Hunt" style ...
Petra wouldn't touch them.
So fish for dinner it was !
... of the island with breathtaking views across the north of the island, out to Whitsunday Island and south to Lindemann and Shaw Islands. This last one was a pretty tough 2 1/2 hour return walk from the Marina with plenty of steep slopes and steps. We were surprised to see some deer in the bush but later found out that they had been introduced decades ago. For ...
... with my dives. I feel like I'm back in the Similans again. The day is not a complete wash, a group of mid size Bat Fish congregate at the back of the boat as I climb aboard and feeding them becomes the highlight of my tour.
Reestablished on dry land I take to a walking tour of town following the coast along the bicentennial trail. I pass by a man made lagoon. Similar to the one in Brisbane at Streets ...
... a fish,,,,, trawling along the first croc is sighted ....that was not so bad ...what was I worrying about......we come to a fork in the river ...we are now going to head down an estuary.......OMG....a little way into the journey the river gets narrower and the Crocs get bigger ........and there were millions of the big buggers . I and ********...only word for it . I was convinced they would come an tip us out of the boat ...
courtesy of my man in the kitchen
Thai meat balls with spicy dipping sauces
Asian salads and
in a shallow yellow and green ceramic dish
spectacularly matching salad of fruits.
Roz oh Roz the kitchen artist!
Hours pass and then the call homeward
some with dogs to feed
timetables to adhere to
but not before
the shortest beach walk,
sharing the privelege.