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... we were ready to dive back in. This time there was more soft coral, waving in the water like spaghetti; a few sand rays; and millions of fish. Some were tiny but swam around in huge schools; some were quite large, up to 50cm long – or bigger! And, of course, we found Nemo. He was hiding in an anemone, and Dory was even swimming around nearby!
The only downside of the day ...
... my attention as much as I sought theirs. How about the booze? Can't really blame an inanimate object now, can I? Friends? Nope. Music? Everything that I did, I did because it was my desire to do so. My will power did not launch me in the direction of hard work and success, because my mind was too preoccupied with having fun and trying too hard to be everything to everybody. In a sense, it is as easy as having will power. If you will ...
... at and on the way in found another large Python. As we were with the guides Michelle allowed me to get a lot closer. Once he wandered away we heard something in a tree and Carol whispered stripe possum and ran of into the bush. We of course followed her and there he was climbing a tree.
After the walk it was toast for dinner and then the days highlight. Listening to Australia beat India by almost 100 ...
... from our dinner table at the buffet. Apparently no one showed up. We’ll collect their stories tonight.
Now here’s something that I’m still wondering about: Yorkeys Knob is the name of the port. Couldn’t they have named it after some other body part?
One night we had kangaroo for a choice at dinner. Tastes mildly like beef. Not likely to find that in Nebraska!
For two days going into Cairns we were between ...
... in Cairns, which wasn’t a bad thing. It is a small city and you can walk pretty much everywhere. They lack a beach (not that you could swim in the sea anyway), so instead they have built a huge lagoon on the waterfront that is free, which is pretty awesome. In the evening, we went out to see the concert at the Esplanade for Australia Day. Some band called Busby Marou was playing. They seemed reasonably famous, and a quick Google search revealed they ...