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He watched me order my coffee, took note of my first glorious sip of sweet, golden roast and then ran into the bus to conduct a frenzied head count, which couldn't have been very accurate because the next thing I know, my arms are gesturing out quite frantic patterns through a sheet of closing bus door. He re-opens it whilst gently articulating in a tone full of warm sincerity that I can either leave the (FULL!!!) cup of coffee or he will leave me.
... trees were knocking all the leaves (and a branch that hit Ari) into our food. Sat and watched the possum sniff about whilst we ate. He could jump rather well, as he'd jumped from the floor onto a picnic bench. He waddled off around the kitchen after a while. We went and sat down by the restaurant to use the Macs to sort out photos and use the internet. Saw the possum wandering around a few more times, also sat a massive stick insect. Fell asleep watching for wallabies through the fly ...
... so instead we found a handy spot right next to the beach and used this time to plan ahead.
We sorted out our banks after a quick phone call with the intention of picking up our cards within a few days and arranged our bus schedule for the next two weeks. This may sound simple enough but this took longer than imagined and it was time to grab a bite to eat before we caught our final bus to Townsville.
Once the ...
... looks like the Yongala will be the winner but if we
drive 1 ½ hours south to Alva Beach and then a 20 minute boat ride to the dive
site, the cost is the same. The thought of sitting on a boat for 3 hours in possibly
rough seas is not pleasant. I also did the rounds of the bicycle shops and have
booked my mountain bike in for a full service and new tubes after the Hughenden
Yesterday we followed the Bruce Highway (with a few deviations) to Townsville. After leaving Paronella Park we drove through Mission Beach - what a lovely little place (or 4 places actually) overlooking Dunk Island. Decided we could quite easily spend some time there. We then passed through El Arish a soldier settlement town named after a major WW1 battleground in Palestine. Before lunch we drove into Lucinda ...