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... hunting for their breakfast.
We then headed out for a long sail to Tongue Bay, where stand-up paddling in the shallow bay full of turtles awaited. After dozens of turtle sightings, we took a ride in the Zodiac to the beach and the start of the trail to the Whitsunday Island Overlook. Hopefully, the pictures will do it justice. No one in our party had ever seen an estuary like this: brilliant, powder white sand, turquoise channels of water cursing up the ...
We met our sailing companions at 4 PM at the harbor, along with the crew. We were introduced to our captain, who only had one eye (a captain, with one eye; is this for real?) and quickly boarded. Then we motored out of the quay and once out of the harbor mouth, set the sails and really started moving.The sights on our way to our evening destination of Blue ...
... Dad ( we were a bit useless ). It’s quite a shock when you realise they’re not depending on you any more for everything. Sort of good and sort of bad.
The afternoon was a long one - quite a set of little prunes by the end of the afternoon we were. But we had mastered the basic set up skills, safety checks and the buddy system, and how to do simple skills under water for preparation for the big ocean. I felt tense all day, slightly anxious and ...
... given a green dotted sticker and our itinerary for the day and it looked very promising. Our first stop was Green Island, a highly recommended location within my DC travel guide, followed by a Great Barrier Reef tour, all of which included snorkeling and lunch.
Myself and Emma were one of the first to board the ship and we stationed ourselves port side right at the top of the open gallery to catch a great view of ...
... amp; very helpful, considering it's their winter the weather has been glorious. Our amazing experiences in the Southern Hemisphere will be remembered very fondly and we know how much we are going to miss life down under. We have certainly clocked up some miles so far we have travelled 23,653 miles and to circumnavigate the world by plane is 22,858 miles! There are lots of green pins on our map, in fact only 2 red pins to ...
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- Paradise Found!
- "Great start, Terrible finish"