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... baby sharks swimming in it. In the afternoon we went snorkelling at Hamilton Island. The snorkelling here at the Whitsundays which is still part of the Great Barrier Reef, has been much better than snorkelling at cairns. In the evening it was game time. We first has to put on fancy dress from the boxes that were given to us and then we had to get into teams and play games. It was so much fun, all the boys got so involved with the dressing up, was such a great laugh. ...
... be under full sail at sometime over the next few days, can't wait to see that.
The sea was a bit lumpy (a technical term used by the skipper) and unfortunately it was a bit too lumpy (a non technical term used by me) for Judi and she fed the fishes a couple of times, but by the time we reached our anchorage in the Hook Island Passage the sea was calm again and Judi felt ok. Time for bed and see what tomorrow brings!!
... also has a little lagoon. We headed to the beach and spent the rest of the day chilling there. The sea at Airlie is the most turquoise we've seen so far in Oz. The little bay was really nice, lined by trees and felt really chilled. That night we went out for a few beers. We headed to Magnums which is one of the bigger bars, attached to a hostel. It reminded us of a miniature Gilligans! It was nice and cheap, only 4bucks for a corona and there was a ...
... experience. The ever-present batfish as well as the fusiliers had a good feed before we departed for Hamilton island.
After lunch at Hamilton Island we departed with Amy and Jack for the Long Island Resort at Happy Bay, Long Island. Anchoring in the bay we went ashore for some seriously relaxing. A very lazy afternoon by the pool, reading, swimming and relaxing was followed by a quiet night on board. After a cruise around to Palm Bay the ...
... spin and tell a different storyno longer mere travelogue but something quite new, to find so effortlessly in the everyday, the odd the poignant, the glory, the humour, theapprehension, the sorrow.
The need of pen and paper at the readywhen technology is out of reach, to grab and hold the moment as words rush into put aside all elsethat urge all encompassingto find myself no less than possessed.
AUGUST 26, 2014