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... up in front of me with my hands holding the underside of my thighs.
As we approached the landing spot, Kev did one final turn and then I had my stomach in my mouth. We dropped like a stone for that last hundred feet or so. We plummeted towards the ground. It was probably the scariest part of the entire skydive and the only bit I wasn’t prepared for or was expecting. Then, 50 feet or so above the ...
We took a trip out to Whitsunday island today. It was amazing. As a change of pace we decided to skip the ferry ride and booked our trip with one with guys that take a rescue boat (these are the ones with inflatable sides. Coast guard and military style). This was one of the best decisions we made. The day was amazing. Not even 5 minutes into our ride out we got to stop and watch a dolphin playing. He jumped out of the water 4 times for us. I've never seen them jump in ...
... and had a band playing old rock and grunge cover songs the whole evening. On Sunday, Giacomo and I checked out of the hostel and spent most of the rest of the day relaxing by the lagoon. The weather was absolutely beautiful with a fresh breeze so it didn't get too warm, so I also managed to get a bit sunburned. In the evening we walked to the bus terminal to catch a night bus to the next stop on our journey, Rainbow ...
... and had a snooze on the way back. I sat up the front with Ben, Liz, Clarice and Gary dancing away to tunes and sunbathing. A couple of hours later we were back at Airlie Beach. We had a few hours before our next greyhound so checked out the lagoon with our new friends and then had lunch with Ben and Liz. I really hope we are able to stay in touch with everyone. It's these people on our trips that help to create such amazing memories of the places we ...
... largest was called Dorothy. They usually see more on the tours but due to the heat the crocs maintain their body temperature by staying in the 30 degree murky water. The tour was really informative, with one interesting fact being that in the year 2000 more people in Australia died from vending machines falling on them than the combination of snake, crocodile and shark attacks. See Mum, we will ...