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... fish, but out deeper we get to real coral, with Boulder bombies, some plate coral and stag horn plates with coloured tips. There are fish, but mostly small, blue and turquoise schools living in coral outcrops, some of the olive green camouflaged bottom dwellers, and the odd trigger fish, but pretty sparse, and all small. We see no parrot fish types, and nothing which looks of interest to fishermen (not surprising with the village nearby).
There is no obvious ...
Our last day on Norfolk Island - how sad we are to leave this spectacular island!
So before we hand back our limousines, we want to do as much as possible. So with cases packed and ready, we take the trip out to Two Chimneys again as Bern & Des missed this earlier in the week.
Doesn't matter how often you take in these views, they are still awesome!
Next stop, Crystal Pools. As ...
... have dinner at the restaurant across the road tonight and as we were walking in the dark (because there are only about three street lights on the island), we met a cow - frightened the daylights out of us! Anyway, restaurant booked out, so back to our car by torchlight and off we went to the only Chinese Restaurant. Must say, food was fantastic as the food is wherever you eat.
... 1874 the building was converted to a church by removing the first floor to create a double-storey space. It is used as the All Saints Anglican Church. The basement museum displays are on the First and Second Settlements as they bring Norfolk’s convict past alive. Objects include glass beads and ceramic pieces from the First Settlement and whips, leg irons and crankwheels from the cruel Second Settlement.
Wednesday – It was time to hit the shops along the shopping strip in Taylors Road. Jewellery shops, clothing shops, high class gift shops and shoe shops dominate the street. So as the guys trailed along, we had a lovely time searching out the tax free bargains.
Then it was off for a "Walk in the Wild" - A walk through the last remaining piece of Norfolk rainforest in private hands. There are statues and ...