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... some vertical, others horizontal
The harsh, bright glare of silver
through half closed eyes
like starlight or crescent moons upon
The purple-brown structured
roots of mangroves sunk
deep into their sandy bed
the tiny pools of blue in which
their seedlings stand
... around the boat or swam under the kayak when paddling.
We made a quick stop at Hamilton Island to collect our mail etc on our way to Airlie Beach. There was hardly a boat in the Marina as sailing had begun for Race Week but there was stuff everywhere, anchors and chain, bags, extra sails, beer, food and supplies on the docks as the skippers had lightened ...
... metal structure to reach the ball wedged in the corner. For the longest time he plays with it, running in little circles, the endearing a-rhythmic sound of his footfalls as he leaps and bounds and stops and starts in endless pursuit, in between dropping to the floor, lying on his side or sphinx-like, the ball between his paws, tail wagging continuously. Occasionally he flops ...
... folk than us who braved the water in just their swimsuits! Initially we were a little disappointed as the first tour took us from the catamaran to a coral beach in a dinghy so that we could snorkel directly from the beach. Trying to get out of a dingy, in a wetsuit, carrying flippers and walking on hard pieces of coral was challenging! Trying to put the flippers on and get out into the ocean so that the water was deep enough to submerge yourself must have given ...
... not a patch on Marlene's) and Mum has fish and chips with a glass of wine (do you do rose? Nah no-one asks for Rose here! Oh). The meals are tasty and we watch some rugby to Mum's delight.
Off back up the hill and an early night ready for our boat trip round the Whitsundays tomorrow! We get picked up at our apartment at 08.30 and driven to Abel point marina. We are heading out with Whitehaven Express, which turns out to be much more ...