Cairns Southside International Inn
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... nesting female because the she moved all the way up into her nest (crocs nest above the high tide line up in the brush). The whole cruise wrapped up with us being able to pet a baby croc. Our last stop was at a river swimming hole. This was a freshwater gorge river with a few small little falls. Reminded me a lot of Ithaca, only that the vegetation is entirely different. This was also easily the coldest water we've encountered on the trip and it was probably in the 70s. We had a lot ...
... and didn’t seem to regret missing out on the full snorkeling experience. All the other kids on the trip, with the exception of Alyssa, used the rings as well. The girls and I then took a glass-bottom boat tour of the reef while Jonathan got some more snorkeling time in – we got close-ups of corals, and he got to see a shark. Probably the right combination.
The sun exposure sucked the energy out of us, and on the ride ...
... weaker sections of the tunnels and caverns collapsed leaving the sunken tunnels open to the sky. The tunnels funnel water during rainstorms to areas of collapsed caverns providing an ideal habitat for vine thicket vegetation. Now vine thicket vegetation is a much greener colour than the surrounding savannah vegetation and related to very ancient plant species (ancestors of vine thicket vegetation first appeared on our planet over 300 million ...
... Another contributing factor was the possibility of not selling him at all, and having to fly out of Cairns and leave him, $500 was better than nothing. So we sold him to her, safe in the knowledge she would have the funds and be in the situation that she would get the work done on Wilson to safely get her down south. Also, the mechanic hadn't even driven Wilson, more fool him. We handed over the keys there and then, and so there we have it, we were constantly told that ...
... we were welcomed aboard, given the low down and shown to our rooms - me n kara got to share a twin bed cabin with ensuite and a window view of ocean as far as the eye could see.
Once settled it was time to gear up again for more diving and after being given the option of participating in the Advanced Open Water dive course, Kara and I dove at the chance (excuse the wit, lol).
First dive - Peak Buoyancy Performance
After sussing out ...