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Travel Blogs from Palm Cove
... later in the day. I obviously signed up immediately. The scuba suit was helped off me and I went back for a snorkel. It was nothing compared to the scuba but I did see the turtle again. I swam over him occasionally getting close when he surfaced for air. I continued following until I was called in for my second scuba. The boat was running out of oxygen for the tanks and the instructor specifically gave me the one with the least oxygen. Everyone had around 170-200 bar while ...
... and whilst we took everything in, Matt made Daintree Billy Tea (it was very good) and produced traditional damper (also surprisingly good). He commented on how he would demonstrate the Australian tea ceremony, which had similarities to the complex and ordered Japanese version. The billy can is boiled over a camping stove(no fires allowed in a National Park), Matt glanced cursorily round grabbed a handful of tea and threw it in, with a 'that should do it!'. When ...
... amazing! Like being in a movie. Glad Nance lent me her underwater camera so I was able to get some cool shots but it still doesn't do it justice because you can't see all the colours that I was able to see when snorkelling. Mom also went on a semi submersible boat - kind of like a half submarine and was able to get face to face with a lot of fish and turtles. It was really a great experience out at the reef even though I was feeling dizzy by the end of ...
Woke up and saw an amazing sunrise from my room! Packed up all my dive equipment and readied myself for 4 days of diving- so been waiting for this! Met Kristina for an early coffee, grabbed some breakfast and now I am awaiting pick up. Not sure I will be able to post from the boat, back to Cairns on the ...
... on and then I had to put a vest on, attached to which was all the gear - an extremely heavy tank and all the breathing apparatus. Then I had to put my mask on. One by one we each had to stand at the back of the boat to have our flippers put on. We our inflated our vests and were then instructed to look at the horizon and then just step (not jump) into the water - I found this in itself pretty scary! Anyway I managed to step in three and found myself in the ...
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