Great Northern Hotel
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... Il y avait même un genre de moto sous l’eau… Un service impeccable et des gens très chouettes. Une équipe chaudement recommandée !
Pendant que Michel partait en apnée, j’ai suivi le maître plongeur et les 2 autres plongeurs, comme à Vanuatu, en enfile un paquet d’équipement en y ajoutant cette fois une veste anti- « Box jellyfish » ou méduse. Nous sommes dans la saison de ces petites bestioles dont la morsure peut causer la mort… ...
... snorkel spot called Paradise Reef. There we so many more fish here it felt like at times you were swimming with the groups. The fish were so colourful too this area was more like I expected. All in all an amazing day and another must see ticked off my list. All in high spirits post boat trip although many people suffering slightly with a 'wetsuit' tan having forgotten you can get burnt in the water and the Aussie sun definitely punished those ...
... So much better, dj was pretty good. House, dance music. Some cheeky ****er try to steal my drink, I court him. I should have gotten him thrown out. I think he left, didn't see him again. I danced my socks off, competing against some of the others there, like I like too. I was loving it. Shame they gave up. ******* lol. I stayed till the end, about 4am. Good night and I wasn't that drunk as I'd been drinking water for the last hour or so. Bed time! Glad I didn't book anything for ...
... places I have been in Australia, I loved it but found it incredibly creepy. There is a boardwalk built into a thick and expansive forest of incredibly tall and old mangrove. It was a really eerie place with popping sounds where mud puddles were bubbling. Crabs and mud skipper fish were crawling and jumping through the mud as it was low tide, and there was a sign warning about crocodiles at the entrance. I really can't describe it well enough to picture the atmosphere, will ...
... completed and lunch eaten in town we headed out to a nice camping spot near a creek north of Charters Towers. We planned to spend a night or two there, but ended up spending three to soak up the quietness and just stop for a bit. While we were there we met a family who had been travelling for eleven years and had two kids along the way! They were being home-schooled and just living the life in the warm air. It was great to meet someone like that, even if ...