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... the longest journey I've ever been on! (It will soon be beaten when we fly from Auckland back to Birmingham. Dreading that!) But anyway, we left Rainbow beach at 1.15, arrived in Hervey Bay at around 15.15, then had to wait 2 hours there, before catching the second Greyhound bus to Airlie which took 14 hours, so we arrived at 7am on the 24th. It was so long! What made it even worse, was that I felt so ill! We had some noodles in the ...
... I was told we'd jump at 14000 feet. Two and a half miles above the earth. No worries, I paid for the 8000 feet option, I was getting an additional 6000 feet at no extra cost. I shimmied to the door and made the banana shape I was told to make. My feet touched the underside of the plane. I felt safe, honest.
Strangely, I felt calm. I was either going to die, or I wasn't. It was black and white, there was no grey. And then we were off! It's an ...
... By the time we got to the coach terminal that evening, the sheets of driving rain were so intense that our bus was cancelled. And then uncancelled. And then cancelled. Until eventually the bus driver was like, 'screw it, WE RIDE!' Cue thunderous applause from the back seats (shout out to brave Pete). And so we powered on, forty nervous (and some intoxicated) passengers and a high-on-adrenaline coach driver, into the unknown. The rain was pretty much horizontal ...
... race made it a lot more interesting. The toads were all auctioned off and the race was ready to start. The bucket was lifted and.... they all just sat there... nothing. The crowd screamed and shouted at them. Still nothing. Then one hopped, then another, they started to get the hang of it. Then one just kept hopping and won. The compere checked the number on the toad - number three! "Bugger!"
... a few people seasick... But most of us just headed to the esky for our alcohol. I must admit the goon definitely helped me relax whilst the boat was a-swaying... Plus we had music too, so we were clearly on the boat that rocked BABY.
Our last night together was enjoyed over chicken curry and karaoke... As many of you will already know, I'm not shy when it comes to karaoke. I had a real dilemma choosing my songs... Yes, such first world problems. ...