Latitude 16 Mowbray by the Sea
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- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... that the sea cucumber is like the ocean’s vacuum – it brings sand into its body and filters out the algae. Mattie also showed a piece of coral that looked like a sand dollar. Finally, he spoke a bit about coral bleaching. Below, there was a piece of coral that had turned bright white; it happens when coral dies and the algae that give coral its colors are no longer supported.
Our second dive site was called ...
... ended up seeing 4 crocodiles. They were all in the water cooling off from the heat of the day. They didn't pay too much attention to us and luckily showed no aggression. Even without the crocodiles it was a very pleasant cruise and beautiful scenery all around us. There were also parts where the river winds through thick mangrove swamps.
Back on dry land we continued our journey southbound. ...
... away for an hour. There are birds everywhere here and we quickly saw a Whippoorwill, and Giant White Egret. The Mangroves are stained by the ebb and flow of the tide which rises as much as ten feet, and the banks are acned by a million crab nests - mud, violin and some others. We watched archer fish spitting their prey out of the sky and after thirty minutes we saw a four meter female crocodile sunbathing in the bush. There's around thirty saltwater crocs in the creek but none ...
We went out for a drink and things got a bit wild. We met this mixed group of Australians who were there for a wedding and we was drinking with them. After the pubs had shut they invited us back to their hotel for some more drinking. Well we when got back to theirs, me and Cha explored their apartment and it was so nice and we found A BATH!!!! I haven't had a bath since I left home and I want ...
... the flora and fauna there. First stop was Thornton Bay to view the White Sand, Blue Sea and wildlife. Cowie beach- a visit to see the Mangroves. Way up north in the mountains, only accessible with a 4 x 4 as the roads are just dust tracks, Wujal, ...