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... And there was free wine during the journey back whilst one of the crew members took out his guitar and gave us a little show! The return journey was a lot choppier and the boat rocked a lot more from side to side with waves crashing all around us. The boat also stopped mid way back, as a whale had passed us, but we're not sure whether we saw the whale or just the waves. We did stand up and walk outside to have a look but as you can ...
... or cabins in caravan parks.
So we’re settled into Palm Cove, the 4 letter word “WORK” has been mentioned and Trish is taking one for the team and slaving away 3 whole days a week, but your lordship (ie Me!) is “still looking for the right opportunity” to come along...hopefully never... then again if I don’t find something to “suit my talent” pretty soon, I think Trish might rearrange my “talent”.
... steak, pumpkin and mints. We went back to the van then and had some spring rolls for lunch. They were tasty. I did a bit of hand washing and relaxed and read my book most of the afternoon. We had happy hour with David and Val again and then I cooked the steak for dinner. A band was on over at the pavilion which was tolerable. I hope it doesn't go too late! Having an early ...
... song (we had already learned the old Australian folk favorite on our Uncle Brian's tablelands tour)! The accordion player was laughing and said he'd never had anyone sing that song before in all his 15 years - and we were surprised because we figured it was just like a down home kitchen party at this point and everyone sings at those! What a fun night! Then it was home to get a few hours sleep because it was a very early start the next ...
... in Nepal was near their location and damaged or destroyed most of their structures, including their school and barn (see exclusive report, just in, below). Luckily none of them were hurt, a miracle! We're still trying to piece together information but there is no phone, electricity, or water. Many of you know the story of how Ramchandra left Nepal at 12 years old, educated himself in India, and returned 20 years later to start the<a target="_blank" ...