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... seathe voice of birds a chirp, a twitter, an operatic momentthe rustle of leavesztttztttzttttzttt an insect strums.
The rhythmic tick of expanding metala cricket hums a stirring breeze a kettle boilsa distant trucka whizz of car, fast, fleeting.
Crescendo diminuendopitched unmeteredconstant pulsing contracted sustainedtapping clacking ...
... for a wedding today and then closed for the next 2 days - bummer!
We head back up the hill to the room and laze by the pool reading and doing nails whilst Terry has a snooze. Ah what a life.
Terry sleeps all evening and me and Jules venture out for dinner. We head to the busiest place - The beach bar and grill which is packed full of people due to their $13 (about 7 pounds) meal and a drink deal! I have the biggest portion of ...
... the whole cleaning routine again; unload the boat, wash the boat, wash the clothes and towels, sort out the food. And work out our next plan. Sadly we are going to be heading back home after such a brilliant trip. But there is no rush. We have about 10 days up our sleeves, so we will see what happens. It's time to drag the Explore Australia out again and start planning the journey ...
... long in and around the larger Mackay area
The way to Eungella is to drive up the mountain face at the end of the valley - from about 150m to 700m in a very short distance.
Went for a 3km walk in the forest at the top following a river where we spotted platypus
From Mackay also visited Cape Hillsborough (about 40 km North) where the jungle meets the beach - loved this place
Also from Mackay we ...
... fellow Prosail boats (we didn't have enough wind to power up such a heavy boat but it was still fun!)Outside of the boats, I learnt a few things about Australia too: Don't poke any snakes; it can pour with rain and still be 30 degrees; the English way of cooking BBQ will lose you friends; don't assume people can swim just because they say they can and category 1 cyclones are just your average British wet weekend.So for now we are saying goodbye to Airlie and hello to new adventures ...
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