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... the explorers didn't want to waste as many bullets. With some local knowledge and careful timing our guide gave us some tourist free stops. The pinnacles are striped stone bluffs, a sacred place for women where the coloured sand will bring you luck. Later we took the now raised walkway into Eli Creek. Eighty million litres of mineral water come straight from the ground everyday, and it's cold, a trust fall backwards is the only way in and a crocodile on elbows and knees ...
... politely declined and headed to bed, still not sure what kind of circus this was. The man had asked for a lift up the road to get his car in the morning however with us only having 2 seats we had to politely decline again... The next morning we headed across to see the animals and untangle them from each other as they had caused a right mix up during the night, the old man wasn't up by the time we were ready to leave so we headed off without saying bye.... Still non the wiser with what happened in his ...
JaneO still writing... Early 6 am rise (very early for holiday) and collection from the hostel to Drop Bear headquarters. Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world and we would be exploring by 4x4s. The guide was called Craig and he was extremely enthusiastic, he did give us some bad news. Due to the severity of yesterday's storm we would not be able to camp on the beach, but instead we would stay in their hostel. We would now have beds, water and toilets, as good as ...
... The suspension makes the lorry jerk so far over to the left and right as it tackles sand dunes in these extremely narrow tracks (they barely fit our lorry down but they are actually two way roads) it rocks so much that it feels as though your window is going to touch the floor or the jungle that is either side of the vehicle. FACT FILE... - Fraser Island is the Largest sand island in the world - It measures in at 123 kilometres length - It takes five years to really be able to ...
... br> touch it. (But we had a sneaky touch anyway).
Next we have a quick stop at The Pinnacles. These were
mounds of different coloured sand. There was a sign saying "An aggressive
Dingo roams this area", but we didn't see it. We did see a dingo on the
beach digging a hole though.
Our last stop for the day was at Eli Creek. Eli Creek is the
largest freshwater creek along the east coast. It pumps 4 million litres of