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Gister besloten om nog een dagje hier te blijven. Vandaag lekker een dagje in de zon. We liggen midden in het centrum van Cairns aan het gratis zwembad. Er staat geen hek niets om heen en toch is alles heel. Je kan gebruik maken van bbq platen. Veel backpakkers hier. Gezellige boel. Aan de andere kant de boulevard met winkeltjes en eet tentjes. En …
... and they tell him they are full.
In the end they make space for us. The next morning E is up at 6:45 at the terminal (a stones throw from our hotel) asking to cancel. They have a strict 24 hr cancellation policy - they all do and for Chinese New Years it is 48 hrs. E waits it out and they allow us to cancel. A reef trip clearly was not in the stars for us. We are all happy to do nothing until our trip to Sydney.
We don't ...
... week. I myself have the PADI Advanced Opened Water certificate, but I hadn't been scuba diving for almost 2.5 years, so I felt a bit rusty at first. But I luckily got into it again quite quickly. And it was so much fun that I went straight to Backpackers World Travel afterwards to sign up for diving in Byron Bay. I hope Giacomo will get to do a course on Magnetic Island so he and I can go scuba diving in the Whitsundays ...
... option of an island walk, diving or fishing. We just stuck to snorkelling. Beautiful. Slept the whole way back. Shops and takeaway for supper. We had such friendly little kids next to us who just wanted us to play, the little boy was turning 6 the next day so b went over to give him $10 for a treat, so sweet. Saw and fed a possum that night, great excitement for us both. Ended up joining our neighbours, Brien and Sharon, for a nightcap which ended up being a 12am affair when we had ...
... their offspring who weren't sure what else to get Pops for Christmas. In the 1970's, Australia protected what was left of the croc population and they made a remarkable recovery. These saltwater crocs can grow up to 22 feet long and weigh 2000 pounds. They have the strongest bite of any animal known to man.
There are also about a gazillion (scientific number) waterfalls in Queensland. A large portion ...