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... something exciting, all I can say is yeah been to the beach. Me and James did find Josephine Falls yesterday, it was absolutely beautiful! We're going back to swim in it with Stacey our little Welshy who's coming to Brisbane with us :D! But we leave Mission Beach on the 16th - next week!! Yayyy not that it's not amazing here because it is .. It's just so small and we're all in need of a proper night out!! Next stop MAGNETIC ISLAND!! ☀️ ...
... partner/instructor. I definitely won that one as Jase was amazing! So patient with me and literally my brain was no longer working due to nerves now in overdrive!
They make you speak to the camera before you go - who knows that I said I was a bumbling idiot by this point! Then it was on to the bus and driven to the plane. Luckily it was about the same size as Joey so this didn't add to the fear like it did some of the others.
We were told ...
... early night as we could hardly keep our eyes open. Day two was at least sunny so we headed for a walk down the beach before heading to buy food. As we arrived at the beach the skydivers were landing it was pretty cool to see! We both really want to do one, why is Australia so expensive?? The afternoon was spent playing cards again before another walk down the beach this time with the camera. At night we had a few drinks in the hostel and Craig played in the killer pool competition. ...
... by the glittering reflection of the Australian sun across the mirror of water. After breakfast we sailed to Whitehaven Beach, infamous sands of the Whitsundays. Silky sand underfoot we spent the morning jumping around doing handstands and cartwheels, capturing typical acrobatic beach photos. Gleeful and delighted, we left the island and boarded our boat one last time to sail through the high seas back to Airlie. That evening we met up with our crew and fellow passengers for ...
... you're probably only going to so it once in your life and to do it in Australia was even better! I got picked up by Dave and the rest of my group and they all clapped and cheered as I got on the minibus! This afternoon, Dave took us on a walk through the rainforest (Atherton Tablelands) in search of the cassowary bird which belongs to the same family as the emu and ostrich. We are told it's one of the deadliest birds on the planet! The first walk was like the walk of death! ...
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