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... night and then make our way to Cardwell for a few days. The helpers here recommended a caravan park there on the waterfront. Just don't walk along the waters edge they told us, as they spotted a very large croc when they were there. It caught a turtle and bought it on to the beach to eat it. We will stick to the pool I think!!
... a dip in but it was a little smelly. When we crossed over the road from the swimming hole there was a lovely part of a huge forest that Lisa and Ed took us to where we saw looooads of Baby Turtles all swimming to see if we had food. They were so cute! FINAL FACT - Did you know that we have to buy at least 6litres of milk a week to keep joe satisfied!!!! True story! ACTUAL FACT - Did you know that regular milk has less than 4% fat so drink up milk lovers! Coming to the end of ...
... myself out a sixth time on my own!
We set sail back to cairns and the waves pick up again. This time the sea sickness kicks in and I spend most the time with my head over a bucket. Luckily I keep my lunch down and we return to dry land. We grab a thickshake for Terry and go check into a backpackers called Gecko's for 1 night, which we really like.
We had a great time on the reef, there wasn't any other boats where I could've dived ...
... time to relax.
A walk or two around Cairns and window shopping at the
tourist digs, a swim in the Cairns Lagoon (a huge man made pool, sand area
right on the beach front) the day trip to Kuranda was the big highlight. We
headed off at 7.30 in the morning and made our way to the Scenic Railway line
at the Freshwater Railway Station. Construct ion of this man made railway began
in 1887 as a link to the rich mining belt down to the sea. There ...
Ok .... So Royce is doing a 70.3 ironman ...as Isaac said last night it's not "the proper one .. " It's 70.3 miles of racing . About 113 km .. So not a proper race really. Good lord! The course ... The swim is from palm cove ... It looks really choppy and very difficult today windy and lots of swell. The transition to bike is at palm cove so the bikes were taken from cairns and competitors bussed up to get ready ...