Getaway On Grafton
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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... air en équilibrant la pression dépendant de la profondeur du plongeur, essentiel à l’exploration de nos océans. Il est le père de la plongée sous-marine moderne et il en était un des premiers explorateurs.
La grande barrière s’étend sur plus de 2600 km et est en fait une série de 900 petits et grands îlots et au-delà de 2900 récifs de corail… c’est si grand qu’on peut même le voir de l’espace. C’est immense en géographie ...
... area and or barrier reef tour with passions of paradise. Two hours of sailing we arrived at the reef and our first snorkelling point. Fully kitted out with wetsuits, flippers and snorkel i venture out into the water with my snorkel buddy Mari who owned a GoPro so could capture on camera what we saw. The coral at the first spot was not as colourful as I expected but it was spectacular none the less. So much so I snorkelled for ages which ...
... for a swim. Jelo left b4 I did. I left about 6ish and brought some ozy Victoria bitter, was too bad. I had 2 coronas left and a bottle of strawberry and lime cider that I had brought the other day as Jelo had said he was going to get some cider so gave me the idea. I was in the mood to get ******. The plan was to play some drinking games but it was so dead at the hostel, not one really about. We sat about, chatted chilled out. Jelo went to bed I decided to go out, it was about ...
... it all in the first place! But I really feel like our set-up here is benefitting us both and I think he would like me to stay on even longer. He is educating me about the geographical history and development of he ecological systems as we walk them. Today we went to Kuranda, a tourist hole up in the mountains. It is popular due to the fact that railway line and gondola ride finish there. Both of which we got a good view of on the way there. I was underwhelmed by the ...
Since our last post we have left Winton and headed east towards the coast. We stopped along the way at a few smaller places, but it was largely long driving on straight roads. The land remained dry, flat, and without trees. As we approached the hinterland the landscape changed - we started to see more greens rather than the brown and rusty reds.
We arrived in Charters Towers, and this was the biggest town that we had seen since leaving Adelaide. ...