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... from Essex, two Welsh guys (all four of them would be on the boat with me to the Withsundays) and a Dutch guy. Eventhough it made conversation a bit harder, It was extremely entertaining to hear the Yorkshire, Essex and Welsh accent and when the guys told me they thought I was from an English speaking country I was extremely flattered. The night ended in Sophie, Charlotte and me singing Karaoke, thanks to some Australian guy from Sydney, thanks man... The next day it was time to ...
... breasted Sea-Eagle and
some Crimson finches.
The Bird hide at the end of the road
was good as it housed Green Tree Frog, spotted Gecko and a little
brown frog we don't know yet.
After Michelle's Steak Dianne for
dinner we were going through the photo's and found out I was correct
and it was a mixed flock of Chestnut-breasted Manikins and
Black-throated finches so we were right and we did see some. This
made 2 new birds for us ...
... someone to find something better. So here I am heading to Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef awaits. When I turned 25 I felt old. It was the first time age ever bothered me. A year later and I feel about 5 years younger. Maybe because I'm no longer racing to settle down or forcing myself into thinking I should conform to the pressures of society (deep I know!) I'm finally living life for the moment. No rush, no grand plan. Just me and my rucksack. The only disappointing thing ...
... the dorms were little huts on stilts, surrounded by palm trees. It was beautiful. We arrived in late afternoon and spent the rest of the afternoon lying in hammocks and relaxing as the sun went down. I also bumped into Ricardo again. I blame him for the evening ending with me dancing on a picnic table! The next day Luca, Andrea and I decided to do the Forte walk. We had been told about it originally by Gemma and Olivia. It's a 45 minute walk up to a lookout deck from which you get a ...
... to match. Sometime in March next year he's having beard and hairdo shaven off one evening at the local pub...that should bring the locals out to have a few beers and sponsor him. As a "thank you" to Trevor for allowing me to camp on his land I've made a donation and hope if you've enjoyed this blog entry about some of the interesting and crazy characters I've met you too will help this worthy cause. http://my.leukaemiafoundation.org.au/Tr evorBeard?SID=262334&LangPref=en-CA Thank ...