Balboa Holiday Apartments
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... came back for another one or had already arrived a couple of weeks before us and thus already had a job. We decided to give ourselves a deadline of 2 weeks; if we both would not have a job within that time then we would leave P.D. behind and continue our travels. A day had passed when Ivo spotted an announcement on the notice board hanging at the bar and called up a guy called ‘Nick’ to inform himself about the publication. It turned out that this Nick was in need ...
... it was such a warm sunny day, but I had a wetsuit and once we were swimming, it actually felt quite nice. The water was so clear and blue! And the croak was so amazing! There were so many fish of all varieties, and we even saw a sea turtle!! After an hour, we headed about 10 min away to the next part of the reef, and snorkeled for another hour. Here, we saw a giant clam that was approx. 100 years old, and a huge dolphin fish as well. The next site was possibly the ...
... and the fourth and final one was the savannah. In the rainforest we saw a Cassowary, Wompoo pigeons, Turtles, Eclectus Parrots and two lesser sooty owls. In the Wetlands we saw black necked stalks, spankled drongo, magpie geese, black swans and a Darter. In the savannah we saw finches, double eyed fig parrots and budgerigars. In the last habitat, the grasslands we saw an emu, crocodiles, kangaroos and wallabies. The best was ...
Wake up this morning to pouring rain again... Terrific quite cool too. We rant looking forward to reef tour as supposed to be adventure ride, how wet are we going to be. We are really indecisive now. Any way get ready, haven't had breakfast. They are at the gate waiting for us. We check re the weather and how rough will it be, so ...
... on our trip. Along this stretch of coast the reef comes really close to the shore and it is the only two places in the world where two world heritage listed places lie side by side. We took our packed lunch onto the beach and soaked up our last bit of Australian sun. The last activity on the tour was a crocodile hunt. This was one of the main things on the tour that we were looking forward to. We were out on the river for an hour looking for ...