Port Douglas Apartments
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... Here, we saw clownfish in an anemone. Lockie showed us that if you wiggle you finger at them, they will come out and try to slap you away with their tail. So. Ferocious. And by that, I really mean adorable.
Our last dive site was “Sandbox” off the backside of Middle Opal. The pace was better on the second and third dives and I think we all got to see a lot more. Greg saw a stingray, George claims to have seen two barracudas ...
... and humidity up here in Northern Queensland was uncomfortable and we knew we wouldn't be able to stand it for long so thought it was wise to make our way out of the tropics. The challenge here is distances. You can drive all day and only move a few centimetres along the map! So off we went in Beaten-up Barry with no idea of where our next stop would be, but who cares, at least we have our bed with us!
... of the ten meter monsters that could be seen when our captain started his profession. He passed around a picture of a hunt that caused their decline. The water is around 25°C, when it heats to a summer 32°C it matches their body temperature and they have no need to leave the water and won't be seen.
We were on the road again and heading North to our first East Coast beach, and it was spectacular. Kualai beach is backed by rainforest, the tide is a warm clear bath and none of ...
... bad, I started shouting with happiness and running one. Cha was like stop it soph and I was like no I want a bath so much, the others came in and was like you can have one if you want and I was like really, can I please and Cha was like no you can't. So I listened to mum and didn't have a bath and ate them out of all the food they had. I couldn't stop eating these crisps with the dips, they were so tasty. When ...
Breakfast in Brisbane with Clemens, Kerry and Angus. 2 hr flight, Brisbane- Cairns, 2 hr drive, Cairns - Daintree Rainforest. Hundreds of Sugar Cane Plantations seen on the drive, they are all connected by a rail system to prevent clogging up the roads. These Sugar Cane Plantations are home to millions of Cane Toads that can ...