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... followed the crescent of Wide Bay, from Point Vernon around to Dayman Point. We only walked part of the way to Pialba where a long jetty stretched out across sand flats that were exposed during low tide. It made you question why a jetty would be constructed if it falls a long way short of the low water mark (which was at least 100 metres further to the east). Given the distance we covered, it seemed appropriate we stop in at a beachfront café for ...
... and rainy at times, which meant that the colours of the lake weren't as spectacular as they could be, but it was still beautiful. We both braved the cold and went for a rather bracing dip. The water was so clear we could see right down to the bottom even quite far out, and apart from other humans there were only a few harmless little fish sharing with us. Once we dried off we carried on the trip to Central Station, so named as there used to be a small train that was used by ...
This morning we woke and worked like the clappers to get all our camping gear ready. We drove through Gympie and got some groceries and then drove to rainbow beach. We had to book a ferry accross to the island through "Manta Ray Ferries." We got to the beach ; Inskip point. We boarded the ferry and ...
... themselves into order. I slowly removed my backpack and put it between me and the snake, thinking "it's sure to attack the bag and not me". I was shaking now, and a little scared. The only way back was to pass this giant death machine.
I crept by the passive *******, sh@!?ing myself more each second. "It's gonna strike, it's gonna strike" my mind was screaming. My body was a bit more relaxed telling me "you can jump about 3 foot if you need too". The strike distance is about ...
... up, I say we and I mean specifically the dingo pack as the Germans were sat on their ***** looking up thinking “we should probably do something about this?!”.
T-Bone (Tony) our tour guide was pretty much out of his face on rum the entire trip but he was a good man and got involved in our games on the odd occasion. When the rain had settled a bit later in the night we pressured him into letting us bang some music on in his 4x4 as his was the only one we could link ...
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