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THere i was, gang, enjoying the sea and the sand when Jane took her eyes off me and i was KIDNAPPED! A band of cut throat pirates came and grabbed me off the beach and took me prisoner!!!
I was part of a ransom but i have to tell you that a life at Sea is much more exciting and so i have agreed to swap places with a bogwat.. who …
... ourselves optimally with homemade duck boards (considering that they cost 267$ for a pair), petrol (turned out the price was $2.17!!! per litre on the island), tyre pumps (to inflate the tyres when necessary) and enough food to last the 4 of us for 3 full days. Looking back at it, we might have overdone our preparation just a bit but hey - we definitely had the oldest, most basic and shittiest car the island had ever seen (no, we’re not talking about Dani’s ...
... back from getting eaten alive by mozzies we saw loads of bats!! And I mean loads. It was weird. We watched some TV in the communal TV room when we got home and Rania loved it cos Pitch Perfect was on. For dinner it was Salad Sophie as we had salad for the second time in one day. She can no longer take the mick out of us for loving leaves. We had a fruit cider and a beer whilst watching some rugby on TV. PS Happy birthday to Alex's best mate Morrissey whose birthday it was ...
... money raised goes to help cure the koalas most deadly disease, chlyamidia - no joke. After we finished getting our picture with the koala we headed to this wonderful town called Port Douglas. Port Douglas is a resort town and was stunningly beautiful. It would be the type of place that I could come back to and spend easily a week shopping, golfing, boating, sunning and everything else Australian. Thankfully most of everything was open ...
... decades ago. While clearly not in the league of its Sydney cousin, it will undoubtedly meet our needs for 5 nights.
A quick trip into town allowed us to stock up on some wine and munchies as well as to scout out the small town a bit.
We returned to the hotel and made reservations for an early dinner at Harrison's, the top restaurant in town. We were the first to arrive and had our choice of excellent patio tables facing the palm trees aligning the beach area opposite ...
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