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... up early tomorrow I don't want to be making a big racket climbing up and down the bunk). Went back out to try and catch the sunset (which I missed-poxy tropical sun sets quicker than I think it does) but that was more than compensated for by seeing loads of flying foxes pouring out of the trees where they had been roosting all day. So cool. They're so big!! Puts the little bats in my garden to shame! As I was ...
... of stuff including giant clams, rays, sea cucumbers and of course loads of different types of coral. They threw a few cups of fish food overboard to encourage the fish to come over. There were loads of different types and some of them were huge! Afterwards I collected my snorkel gear from the dive shop and went to see everything up close. Had barely been in the water for 5mins when I practically swam into a turtle. It was feeding on the seagrass and was so close ...
... fishes, including massive 1-meter long 'Napoleons'!! Impressive.
Today was on a speed boat and we went to the 'outer' reef about 50km off the coast. Tomorrow we will take the 'Falla' boat for a bit of sailing. Winds were about 20 knots today so it could be an adventure!
Thinking lots of you Mum!
... still a lack of sun, we decided to just sit around by the lagoon and relax. When the next torrential rain shower came we took shelter in Nandos and continued our terrible food diet. Five months of eating and drinking rubbish is starting to take its toll on our bodies. We're both looking forward to going home and being a bit healthier! Luckily, the sun made more sporadic appearances in the afternoon so we returned back to the lagoon and completed our lazy day. Our last ...
... for the overnight train at midnight with one cute walk through the forest in an old gold mining area. We arrived at Airlie Beach early in the morning and spent a couple days hanging around the lagoon and going out in the evening. Airlie Beach is a bit of a artificial place, only really useful as a launching point for access to the Whitsundays. The boat that I joined, the Atlantic Clipper, is the biggest boat to regularly sail the islands with about 60 people on board. Justin, Brett ...