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... they could try and destroy anything you had. It tried biting off my bracelet, then walked over my back. It buggered off back to it's branch after a while. It hopped on to a childs hat and ripped of the button on top.
One flew onto Ari's bag out of nowhere and took a disliking to the zips on her bag. I had to keep poking it to get it to stop. It then decided her head was the best place and sat up there for a while.
There were loads of other birds ...
... the local fresh produce market, and thus I headed straight there with Georgia seen as I am the self-proclaimed biggest market lover in the world. Fresh coconut's in hand and we took a wander to see all of the weird and wonderful vegetables Cairns had to offer (this blog is sounding more and more like my Asian adventure). Successfully marketed-out and coconuts opened to eat the good stuff inside, we headed back for naptime (I'm getting old now and need power-naps ...
... of Thursday 28th August waiting for our overnight bus we arrived in Townsville on the Friday bleary eyed and hopped straight onto our ferry across to Magnetic Island. This was our destination for the next two days. After a restful morning we took a walk around the island, where we witnessed some truly spectacular architecture.
The next day was spent in a much more productive fashion. Our first adventure took us to The Forts of the island, which ...
... up against the cold coming in off the ocean we took our seats on the grandstand and watched the waves come in. Shortly, a rumble of excitement went through. The 1500 people sat there waiting as the first group of miniature penguins arrived on the beach. It was fantastic, they were so cute and seriously hard core they came out of those vicious waves. It was so peaceful (once the idiots left!), I could have sat there all night, but we took a ...
... needs. We're considering options of renting a car for 2 weeks then trading in for a camper (when we need to sleep or camp)....lots of maths to do and figure out what's really suitable for 4 people driving 2400km. After a walk to the esplanade to watch some volleyball, skating and do some free rock climbing we head back home for food and masterchef. We've decided to improve our western diets so it's no ice cream, chocolate or beer for 2 weeks....that would at least be a start. (oh do ...