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... which is connected to another resort. Up the road was dubuji boardwalk, it took us deep into the forest, the boards were really slippery and we didn't have the correct walking shoes on, it took us thru swamp areas, over a river, everywhere is flooded. I said to Matt if we slip make sure we fall straight down and not off to the side into the swamps, no no no there could be crocodiles in there. I was really wiery of the water. It then went ...
... and scuba catamaran, to take us out to the Great Barrier Reef! It was another early start as the boat took almost 2hrs to reach the outer reef from Port Douglas, but it was well worth the trip. We snorkeled at three separate sites around Opal Reef – each site was different, from the types of coral, fishes, and the giant resident Grouper fish. Grouper are a very friendly, but also very territorial fish, so we only saw one ...
... who'd been snorkelling on the surface. They'd just seen a reef shark. Mum jumped out of her skin! Big lunch of all kinds of fancy food. Before heading back out to do another two dives. More exquisite fish. Diving through caves 15 meters underwater. Practiced my scuba diving some more. Managed to reduce the amount of oxygen I was breathing from gasps to relaxed breaths. Arrived back in the port. Transferred back to ...
... having fun with the (mental) tour guides. I got back and chatted to my room mates (two Aussie guys and their friend from another room) and we went out for a drink in the bar. I went up to bed at 11 and was asleep for a bit. Until the guys came back in with 'friends' and about 2am. Then there was a debate about which guy a girl was going to lose her virginity to. It was a pretty screwed up situation and I had to seriously hold my tongue. Luckily, the very drunk girl finally ...
So we wanted to get underway with at least a few socially redeeming experiences here before we sank back and lounged about at the pool or beach drinking Ozzie wine.
Today, we booked a Daintree Rain Forest tour with Tony's, a highly regard outfit according to Trip Advisor which is our bible for most of our travels.
One of the features of their tours is a maximum of eight passengers so regardless of the actual number, we know it would be an intimate group. we did ...
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