Oaks M on Palmer
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... already check-in, all went to bed for some extra hours of sleep. Around 1 Sophie, Charlotte and me met for coffee and went to the lagoon. Although it's called Airlie BEACH, there's not actual beach where you can swim as there are way to many box jelly fish (also known as stingers, if you get stung you'll be dead for sure). I guess Ozzies have a thing with calling places non-matching names. The three of us went to have dinner at the restraunt next of our hostel together with ...
... At the first viewing
tower we met a guy who had been just working with Steve Parish. He
told us he was talking to a girl who was there yesterday and had
photographed a barking owl. As he was showing us where he thought it
was, the girl who took the photo showed up and pointed one of them
We didn't stay there long as the owl
was starting to feel uncomfortable so we left him be and headed
further int the Common. Michelle found ...
... is that not all are. I'll do my best to never take that for granted again. I also realised that not everyone's in your life to stay. Some people are there for years, some for months, and some just for days. They all have their place and their importance. Not all are positive but you learn a lot from other people or at least I have and I will continue to do so. I also know that people make mistakes. It's human nature. And understanding that and accepting it is important. There's ...
... me off outside the ferry terminal and I had 15 minutes to get my ticket and join Luca and Andrea who I knew were already abroad. I easily made it on time and joined them on the top deck. That in hindsight may have been a bad decision as I think I left half my head of hair in the sea on the way over. Let's just say windswept is an understatement! The ferry only took 20 minutes and then a quick bus ride and we arrived at the hostel. Best hostel so far on the trip. Right on the beach, ...
... who, being a member of the State Emergency Service, at times risks his life rescuing people during the tropical cyclone season. When the cyclone hits the coast bringing flash flooding most sensible people are well protected in cyclone refuge areas or on higher ground. Trevor on the other hand is out there doing what he can with his well trained team of volunteers saving lives. He's now decided to help those with leukaemia so he's growing a wild and wooly beard with ...