Breakfree Reef Club (1bedroom)
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... to get to the outer reefs to see the difference. The lunch provided on the catamaran was very good – lots of salads, cold meats and bread – the perfect meal for a cool
summer's day of activities.
My only complaint about the day is that it didn't go for long enough – there was so much to do and see, and given this was my first time snorkelling ever, I really wanted to maximise ...
... mig, så jeg valgte at svømme væk fra den. Følte dog først, at den svømmede efter mig :-)
Mens jeg lå og nød synet, kunne jeg høre, at en snorkler foran mig kom med lyde og pegede. Jeg kiggede ned og så en mellemstor "reef shark". Bingo, så har jeg også prøvet det.
Passede mig dog fint at være oppe i overfladen af vandet, mens den lå nede i nærheden af dykkerne på ca. 12 m's dybde. Den så nu meget fredelig ud :-)
Så var der kun tilbage at nyde en ...
... especially watching out on the creeks whilst crossing the well worn wooden bridges for croc's.
A sharp turn right 10 metres down a dirt track we had arrived at Cape Trib camp site where we would stay for the next couple of nights. We took advantage of the on site facilities and 'put some shrimps on the barbi' well actually chicken kebabs and home made burgers. Then had a few beers and a good nights kip.
Day 2-Matt ...
... estuary/river & marina on the other and the shopping & commercial area as the fingernail pointing out to sea.
The river cruise is run by two middle aged ladies, Nikki serving drinks and snacks and Jenny the skipper, helmsman, tour-guide and croc spotter. We thoroughly enjoyed it and saw a couple of huge salt water crocs & the mangroves are fascinating. The cruise ended with us heading out the river mouth into the sea and turning ...
... will have to start heading back south. As long as we can get off tomorrow, or we will end up like the other caravan in the ...