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... a spoon is out. What I learnt from playing this game is that Americans don't do discretion...<br style="line-height: 14.4181814193726px;">Oh, did I mention that due to an over crowded boat I have to sleep on the kitchen table? Yeah, well I do.<br style="line-height: 14.4181814193726px;"><br style="line-height: 14.4181814193726px;">7th February<br style="line-height: 14.4181814193726px;">I was woken up by lovely chef Kirsty who required my 'bed' ...
After Checking out we packed a few things for what we need on the boat 10 am short meeting with some instructions Later we walked along the beach to the harbor where our boat called habibi (the darling) waited for us At 2 pm al 26 people are on board so we could start the trip We had 2 Brazilian, 3 Scottish, 2 UK, 2 Canadian, 1 Luxembourg, 1 French, 1 Austrian, 1 Dutch (Diana) and 13 German People on the boat :) Our skipper told us that we have to sail about 5 hours before ...
... arranged a free shuttle back to the campsite and the Germans produced a bottle of Jaegermeister they'd been saving for a special occasion while a thousand poisonous cane toads chirped a chorus in the lake beside our plot.
We awoke on Sunday morning to the sound of sirens and the smell of smoke. We watched as fire engines worked on a small bush fire that had taken hold across the main road in the dunes before the beach. Easily avoided we spent the morning ...
... light just as the captain was announcing that the shopping channel that we had to sail through after leaving the Whitsunday Islands and before reaching the reef, was particularly choppy today. Fortunately they had sea sickness tablets on board, so everyone stocked up. And thank god they did, as if the tablets hadn't been taken, I dread to think how many sick bags would have been filled!!!! There were a lot of pale and ill looking people on the 2 hour journey out to the ...
... into a small inlet which had calm water and used alot for shelter during cyclones. We had steaks of the barbie for dinner and the stars begun to come out as it was a clear night. After afew drinks and chats we managed to have a good nights sleep, with a small window above our bed from which we could see the sky (and also the stinger suits hung up that looked like bodies!....scary)
The next morning we were on our way early, and therefore up and out of bed early. ...