Sanctuary Palm Cove
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... steam that resulted from the boiling water was trapped underground, until massive explosions released the pressure leaving a huge crater behind which over time has filled with freshwater.)
In the evening we were dropped back at the hostel so, Sarah, Robin (A German guy from the hostel) and I headed to the Green Ant across the road from us for something to eat.
... 8217;t quite enough to fully wind down after our hectic 10 days in Port Douglas…so we booked another 2 nights!
That evening for the first time in 10 days we stayed in and cooked dinner it made quite a pleasant change from the continual eating out we had almost become used to. Also a tad cheaper!!
Wednesday (2 September) was a very do nothing relaxing day. Starting off with a morning sleep in for all. Followed by ...
... BOARDING CALL for my flight. At that point,....I grew WINGS. I reached the gate right before they closed it. I was the last person on the plane. I was afraid that I might have to have oxygen once I got onboard. I was wringing wet, and sucking air. The FA's were so nice, and got me some ice water. I MADE IT! I couldn't believe that I actually made it. My seatmate apparently wasn't quite so fast,.....she didn't make it. Within minutes, ...
... informative and kept making references to us Scottish girls. We stopped at two different locations on the reef spending a total of around 5 hours in the ocean. We checked in around 7.30am and set sail by 8.20am. The boat journey from Cairns to the Reef lasted 1hour 30 mins and we were lucky that it was a calm day. On route the crew introduced themselves, gave us safety instructions and safety numbers to help check we were onboard ...
Captain Cook....you all know we’ve been to a lot of places he was in his day and you DO know that Gene Roddenberry based Captain Kirk on Cook, Enterprise – Endeavour, both always landed with a scientist and a doctor...ANYWAY Cooktown in Far North Queensland have the “Re-enactment Festival” which celebrates Cook, Cookie to his mates, beaching the Endeavour after it hit the Great Barrier Reef in June 1770. He beached the ship to repair ...