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... the close. Oh yeah, just before getting into the water they were feeding the fish when three sharks came along and were meandering about. Unnerving, but they assured all they were very unthreatening. After about 45 min Nik was chilly so we came aboard past the one last shark protecting his territory. After lunch it was back to the dock. A quick stop in Port Douglas for shopping, Tim Tams for Niki, then back to the hotel. We called Susan the retired school teacher from Michigan who ...
... And a giant cuttlefish. At one point, I felt something nudge me, and it was another napoleon wrasse!!! Pardon me, Sir! Coming through. I couldn't recommend diving the reef any more If I tried. I had 7 mins between my first and second dive. 35 mins between 2nd and 3rd. The dive masters were awesome. And we had an underwater photographer. So lookout FB, some cracking photos are coming your way. Can't wait to come back and dive ...
... the weather was absolutely stunning, no wind, no clouds only sunshine and blue sky!
After the parachute we were ready for more! We had worked more than enough and Ivo decided to treat us on a snorkel trip to the Low Isles (a part of the GBR). So off we were, on a great catamaran we sailed to the Low Isles. Yet again we had an absolutely stunning day, no wind, no clouds and only sunshine and blue sky; ‘déjà vu’? The only difference, we were now on ...
... a light in our TVan which keeps blowing out the light fuse. Much to Peters dismay - you can imagine -and frustration he is now at SuperCheap Auto getting more fuses, and has totally disconnected the light. He's not happy that something has broken before we have even hit the corrugations of Cape York.!! He has left me to start dismantling the TVan - you can imagine his angst.... Happy ...
... on the buttresses of the Red Cedar was a call for help. Wonderful sounds.
We felt the smooth trunk of a tree which was actually lichen and used to reflect moonlight and lead the way at night. We scrunched up leaves and water and made a soapy substance for healing and cleaning. We put bark on embers to make smoke which we went through at the very beginning. This was to get rid of evil and to remove bad thoughts. We tasted nuts and saw hollows ...