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... ridiculous to say I never imagined Australia to be so green? All our images of Australia come from films or news clips of vast, dry desert where people disappear into the Never Never, or of desperate clingy looking koala's being saved from yet another bush fire. I genuinely never realised that it could be so arid in some parts and so lush in others. Cairns is home to the worlds oldest rainforest (Daintree - if you go, look out for the elusive cassowary), so ...
... br> Our first four dives were training dives so we had some more skills to perform but it all went well and it began to dawn on me that it might actually be possible to enjoy scuba diving! We also managed to see plenty of marine life including many chocolate-dip damselfish and a whip goby (a tiny fish that spends its whole life on whip coral). The only downside from my point of view is that I was usually the first person to become low on air at which point the ...
... on our walk we saw a few Rays and a bunch of lemon sharks, I chased then for a while trying to get a good photo but they were to quick. It was back on the boat for a long drive back.
The next day was full of driving, all the way up to Townsville where we stayed a few days with Matt's sister, cousins and friends. We did try on the way to go for a swim at crocodile creek because unlike its name suggests it is not inhabited by crocodile. Sadly the dry weather ...
... overpriced tourist shops, but it was fun to browse.
We went to the venomous snake/spider museum to see all the critters here in Australia that can kill us . Since I'd managed to maul my feet badly during those dives, I stopped by the chemist for some wound care supplies. Good fun. Who knew I'd be using my training on my own feet. Hopefully they'll heal soon enough. ...
... birds are pink and grey parrots, kept trying to get a photo, after staying in Carnarvon the night would quite happily shot them all! So bloody noisy 1st thing in the morning. Friday 31st October Drove to Coral Bay, on the way visited blowholes at Quobba and drove over Tropic of Capricorn and managed to video a sand twister in distance. Coral bay really lovely, stayed the night. Saturday 1st November Moved on to Cape Range National Park where most of Ningaloo reef is, what a beautiful part ...