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... it was incredible! Loving my volcanoes of course I loved this. Brett threw a big stone in too and it made such a loud bang! Apparently if we were to fall in we would make the same noise as our head weighs the same amount and the tension on the water is so strong when you fall from a height. We jumped in the water at dinner falls, and Brett took pics of each of us doing this. It was fun but got a mouthful of water! He got a pic of us by the waterfall ...
... out, eat, drink or shop! We decided to grab some lovely food and then caught up on sleep. The rain did not stop all day. We were really worried as we were due to go out on a Great Barrier Reef tour the next day. However, when we woke up it was the most glorious day. We set out on the Ocean Freedom boat at about 8am and sailed for about 1-2 hours towards the reef. During this time we had breakfast and were given briefings on ...
... back for more. After that it was time to head back to the hotel so the bus could be washed etc and then back to the ferry for our trip back to Hervey Bay. Got back at 17:30 and found somewhere to stay for the night. Stayed at YHA colonial village, where we managed to get some wifi and a free drink, early to bed. Day 13..woke up to another downpour. Got on the road and travelled through to Noosa Heads. Stopped at tewantin look out point, it was a scorcher, at least the breeze at ...
... from the day have been thoughtfully laid out for the passengers. All identical: sucking on their snorkels with their puffed up fish lips, all holding up the little sign in case they ever bang their head hard enough to forget that that shot of them flying through fields of coral, flashes of bright fish and turquoise waters was taken at the Great Barrier Reef.
I got myself a stunning cup of tea to sooth my sore mouth (hours of clamping down on rubber and wrapping your lips ...
... imagined myself living here so it'll be interesting to see what the conclusion is in 1 month, as I am already missing England a lot more than I ever expected! After the night market we headed back to the hostel and tried to sort our lives out with what when and where! Tiredness took over and we ended up showering and getting into bed about midnight. 36 hours without any sleep and I'm still somehow blogging in my hostel dorm now so apologies for any ...