Argosy on the Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... because there was such variety). We did see Clown, Parrot, Angel, Puffer, Wrasse and many other fish. We saw blue Star Fish and picked up (well, the instructor picked up and passed) sea cucumbers. We even saw a big Barracuda patrolling!
The dive was amazing and my only grievance with the day was that one of the students on a 'taster dive' was going to close to the coral. This stuffs 10,000 years old, it needs to be treated with care. A flipper stroke on the coral ...
... the rain started pouring, so we ran to an Italian pizza restaurant nearby for some dinner. It's the wet season in northern Australia now too, so it rains quite often. On the second day we went scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef - which was absolutely amazing - and in the evening we went to the travel agent we booked our trip from, called Backpackers World Travels. There we said hello to a woman named Nadine, who helped us with ...
... types of birds around the hostel site as were basically in 'the bush'. We walked to the beach 5 minutes up the road, there were only a couple of shops and restaurants, most of them closed. The only place to buy food to cook was really expensive so I got something from a fish and chip shop. We realised were going to have to get a cool bag and buy some bulk items to cook, which just adds a load to our donkey satchels! I'm getting fed up carrying my 2 ...
At least this place will show correctly on the map, unlike the last blog that some of you received. Lovely small city in the tropics. Went on an excursion into the rainforest. Took a scenic railway way, way up; breathtaking. Did not have to confront a cassowary which could disembowel a human with it's claws if it wished to, and yes, it is ...
... end of the
season so not much was happening. Didn't hang around as they had run
out of cask red wine (what we had was lovely and cold though, as
seems usual up in the Far North!) and there is no way we were going
to drink Yellowtail.
Spent the next day and a half going along the
Savannah Way until we dropped down to Gregory Downs and stopped to go
body surfing in the Gregory River. Yay swimming at last No camping in