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... flying-foxes flew directly above us. A flying-fox is not a fox at all, but a megabat. It lives mainly in trees and hangs around upside-down for most of the day before going out to eat fruit (also known as a fruit bat) at night. We stopped for a good 10 minutes and they just kept on coming. It was an incredible sight. Luckily, neither of us got bitten so we shouldn’t develop rabies.
The following day we went to the Crater Lakes ...
... to find a cafe for coffee while we waited for Chris and his dad to arrive. We saw the sun rise up over the mountains and into the bay. The hillsides look like Jurassic Park, or maybe Hawaii, I've never been to either but that's how I picture it. After Chris and his dad arrived we went to breakfast as a group. We stayed out too long though. Everything in Australia is backwards -- and I'm pretty sure, though I can't prove it, that it means cold air rises and pushes ...
... affair when we had to get up at 4am! Day 11...yawnnnnnn...up at 4 and off by 4:30 to Hervey bay for the Fraser Island tour. Drove for 3.5hrs before we got there. Jumped on a bus to take us to the ferry, caught that across, took about an hour. Arrived at Fraser Island and met our cowboy driver, John!! Us, thinking, oh yay the back seat is empty, quickly regretted that, we were bouncing all over the place! Our first stop was lake Mckenzie, apparently 1 of the top ten places to swim ...
... horn, kept filming it until it turned back on me, so ascended quickly away from it.
I continued on, had a look up for Ari then looked down and there was a Stingray just flapping away on the sea bed. Called Ari over and she filmed it swimming along. They're strange looking things. Didn't want to get too close to it incase it attacked me with it's tail. Then had a look over by where we started, there was some cool looking purple coral. ...
... as I am, I'm pretty startled when a great, big something shunts into me from behind.
Anticipating a visit from my day-stalker, I swivel to rip the oxygen mask off her face once and for all, only to find myself face to face with an explosion of bluest blue and sunniest yellow. His gleaming green eyes are striking and enormous; staring intensely as he begins twining all around me. He darts up to butt his huge head against my sides; confident and playful, tucking in ...