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... us huge amounts to eat and then were expected to walk up the cliff! Indian Head was so named because when Captain Cook discovered it in the 1700s he looked through his telescope and saw two Aborigines standing on the rock (this is the only rock on the island, an extinct volcano). The views we got from the top were stunning. We were even lucky enough to see manta rays, giant turtles, sea eagles and migrating humpback whales, on their way north for the winter. After this we ...
... was entertainment by some very agile acrobats and singers, everyone was in party mood. The Dome was most impressive and the panoramic view from the windows were great. Night fell and it was tea time so off to the Plantation lounge for tea, roast chicken on the menu and it was very nice, we are a bit disappointed in the lack of variety in the smorgasbord lounge but we are putting it down to being the first day and the only eatery open to feed the multitude. We then went and ...
... It was over 2m long, about 5cm thick and lazily curled in a sunny spot. I needed to get out of there and get some clean underkecks quick!
What to do? Aren't brown snakes supposed to be extremely shy of humans? I remembered a leaflet on snakes of Australia that I was reading yesterday "The king brown's bite has been likened to getting hit with a sledge hammer and it attacks repeatedly when threatened and cornered". I couldn't move for at least 10 seconds as my jumbled ...
... I won't be surprised if she is out and about again in a couple of months. I am looking forward to seeing her as it has been about a year since last time we caught up.
Today we leave Hervey Bay for Byron Bay via Grandma's. Going to be an interesting day as it poured with rain all night which means a wet pack up. I hate packing up wet. It's not that everything inside gets wet as that is always bone dry but wet canvas is heavy and it means that ...
... we had to be aware of speeding cars! We saw Rainbow beach first - was lovely looking out and seeing the sun glinting off the sea - not your everyday coach view! This beach is known to have many sand avalanches and 'tends to eat on average 1 car a month'. There are also 76 colours of sand so its very pretty. We then drove along the 75 mile beach and had a quick tea and cake break before getting on a boat for 5mins to Fraser island - the largest sand island in the world! It ...
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