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... saw was crystal clear blue water and beautiful beaches. After 3 minutes of free falling John said it was time to pull the parachute. It was breath-taking we then landed safely on the beach near the air strip. It was the ultimate adrenaline rush with the ultimate view. It was an experience of a lifetime.
I think that this activity will be quite suitable for a school group as skydiving is for ...
... a mini Benadorm) which in a past life I would have really enjoyed!
Good news Mac is back home after his double bypass and pacemaker, enjoying the tender care of Mum. Ken says he hopes she is a better nurse than me !!
We are both well. Kennie is feeling 85% better, and my latest MRI shows the liver tumour is benign - so we can relax and stop worrying.
... through some of my photos before and after dinner and managed to fall asleep at about 9.30! Unheard of for me but I was exhausted! The final morning we woke up around 6.30 again and after a small breakfast got the chance to snorkel around Caves Cove before heading back to dry land. Caves Cove was really clear and I got to see some of the different fish up close. And we finally spotted Nemo! A great way to end the trip. After drying off on board I put my music in and watched ...
As we spent under our budget in Asia we decided to go all out and treat ourselves to a 2 night 3 day excursion to the Whitsunday Islands. We opted for a top end diving boat called the Kiana that would spend the night on the Great Barrier Reef, which Dave had always wanted to dive. Although it could take up to 14 people because it's low season there were only 9 of us on the boat. The first day consisted of a trip to Whitehaven beach in ...
... switch". What could be simpler. Except unknown to me, in the dark, with no identification as to whether the burners were on or off, I couldn't find an ignition switch. Finally, I realised the ignition switch was contained in number one burner control. Eureka, then Hiroshima! Followed a few moment later by Nagasaki, as with the help of the night manager we repeated the conflagration again. Eventually we enjoyed a lovely meal thanks to Andrea ...
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