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... quite cold all morning and wind was up and choppy, everyone kept there jumpers on all morning. I had jumper and jacket on plus long pants over my shorts. Used the toilet on board and cracked my head on something in the dark. Ouch that hurt. Caught a variety , honey comb cod, slatey brim, a rosey job fish, and hooked on a huge fish that I was having a job trying to get his head up from the reef, ended up losing it hook line and sinker. Bugger would have been the catch of the day. ...
We were loathe to leave such a beautiful place, but time was marching on. So eventually we had to say our good-byes, John and Faye heading south to the Gold Coast, and George and I heading north for new adventures.
Checked in at Seabreeze Caravan Park for a couple of nights with possible extensions. Kept going everyday to the office and extending our stay. Lovely place, can't get enough.
Airlie Beach is by far the best ...
... a sunset fishing charter Saturday afternoon to hopefully stock the freezer up before we begin the trip south.
cooked tea in the camp kitchen and changed the Tele over to the football tried our hardest to get the tigers over the line.
The number one meal in the camp kitchen was 2 minute noodles from the backpackers gotta buy some shares I'm sure they will be on the ...
... stinger suit is because 2 very poisonous Jellyfish live in the surrounding waters and although it wasn't the season for them everyone had to wear a suit which I was glad for anyway as the weather was rubbish. We walked to a lookout where there is a great view of all the surrounding islands and despite the grey clouds the water still looked clear and light blue. We then walked onto the beach ...
... is now the remains
( FLOOD AND CYCLONE RAVAGED) of a once beautiful villa which was built by Jose' Paronella in the 1930's. It is the original home, a cinema, a ballroom, waterfalls and beautiful gardens right in the middle of an abundance of can fields. On the drive home we saw the most AMAZING Blue Ulysses Butterfly which is found in Tropical North Queensland.We kept exploring and found some lovely beaches and also some other great caravan parks, which we hope ...
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