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... by. There wasn't must to give away how big he actually was, until we came back a few minutes later for feeding time. When he came out of the water, tempted by the keeper's offering of several little chickens, his full size was revealed... 50 years old, over 4 metres long and still growing, built like a nuclear bunker and with jaws that could snap you like a twig... An ultimate predator. It was kind of humbling to see such an incredible beast up close like that - seeing them on tv ...
... good understanding of the way plants grow in the rain forest - all competing for light. Some even hitch a ride on larger trees to get up to the light. The second stop gave a great view of Baron Falls. There wasn't much water going over the falls due to the arid conditions, but it was a great view anyway. Once we got to Kuranda, ...
... It wasn't long before I buddied up with a fellow solo traveller - Kara. An awesome bubbly chick who also loves adventure..
All up I experienced 10 dives and 2 snorkelling trips - Just amazing!!!
The first boat (Sea Quest) took us from Cairns to the outer reef, provided us with gear, a delicious lunch and allowed us to have 2 dives at different sites, then it was time to transfer to the larger liveaboard catamaran - Ocean Quest.
... they leave Cairns and start their own East Coast trips. More friends for life I'm sure! Plus, all the great friends we've made through work and friends of work friends like Neil (thanks again for the Ball Park Music tickets!). So, that's it. Our time working in Oz over now means that we can get back to what we came here to do, TRAVEL! So, today we hit the road in our little camper, Urv (the Nissan Urvan), bound south for our travels along Australia's East Coast. First stop, Mission ...
... feet. The coral drops like a cliff down to a sandy bottom and the lifeguard takes us on a long guided snorkel around a patch of coral. The ride back is even wilder than the ride out with the boat leaping across some waves then dropping like a stone on the other side. Final back for our coach about 4.30 and arrive hotel just before 6. It was a real struggle to keep awake on the coach. A brilliant day. A mixture of sun and cloud and a cool wind but the water was ...