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... time! Met dad at the campsite and then spent ages trying to find dinner. Had the best fish and chips in town in the end though. Sea kayaking on the agenda for the next day. We were introduced to Tyler our instructor and given our equipment. Leech and I shared a boat and we soon got the hang of paddling. Mum and dad are pretty much pro paddlers now so we were all doing well. The sea was quite rough and choppy so we had some big waves to navigate which was good fun! Suddenly ...
... awoken today to a very very humid and sweaty day but hopefully that will pass and it will be back to glorious weather. In other news, Joe has got a job in Specsavers wahoooo AND got himself signed to Far North Queensland Heat Football Club which is brilliant! I am still a jobless bum hoping to be a WAG now hehe only kidding! I have however tried out the local and free fitness classes held down at the lagoon! And was caught at Zumba! Hope you are all ok! Miss you all ...
... to help! Six boys did the mainsail and six girls the jib). The first sail was the best – we were ballast and the boat was at such an angle that I thought we were going to slip to the other side and into the sea. And it sailed so fast. We got soaked by the waves, but it was an exhilarating experience. The other sails were much more sedate, but still fun.
We stopped off on Whitsunday Island and Whitehaven Beach. This is the beach that is ...
... in the famous Daintree Rainforest.
After a stop for morning tea on route up the coast we boarded a boat to cruise the Daintree River for a spot of Crocodile spotting! Due to the cyclone coinciding with a seasonal king tide the river was particularly high resulting in the crocs taking to higher ground which unfortunately would make spotting difficult. However, we did see a small croc about 3ft long sat on a log! Together with a kookaburra and a rare ...
... car, drove to get some groceries, and then back to the house to research what we want to do during our time in the Cairns area. Sen's house is beautiful, but he doesn't have air conditioning so all the windows are wide open without any screens. Being in the tropical north of Australia, this means creatures. We had experiences last night with big weird insects and geckos in the house. But worst of all was the spider that took a liking to our bedroom. This was not any type of spider ...
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