Mission Reef Resort
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Anschließend steuerten wir unser Ziel für den heutigen Abend an - Mission Beach. Nachdem wir ein Motel gefunden und das Zinmmer bezogen haben machten wir uns gleich auf an den wunderschönen naturbelassenen Strand. In unmittelbarer Nähe haben wir anschließend in Scotty's Grill zu Abend gegessen.
Today is the second part of our adrenaline filled weekend, this time we are off white water rafting down the Tully River.
Another early start this morning, we were picked up at 7.50am and taken to Tully, which is a small town just outside of Cairns, where we met another bus from Cairns and got kitted up for the day ahead (including a …
Today, for some reason known only to Bobby, he has decided to do a skydive!! At Mission Beach they give you the option to jump at 14,000 feet, freefalling for a whole 60 seconds before the parachute opens and you float down over the Great Barrier Reef and land on the sand at Mission Beach.
Bobby was doing the first jump of the day which …
... as they told us it wasn't looking hopefull and sent us to check into our hostel.
We dumped our bags, chose our beds and settled in by reading our books
... I soon fell asleep. At roughly 12 I was woken up to hear that the
sky dive was back on and that we were too return to the centre woo hoo!
We were put into group four, the final group as we were staying in the local area. I wasn't feeling too
nervous until Laura and ...
... accompanied our cruise as our 22 travel companions and we donned stinger suits and dived into the majestical waters. Hundreds of brightly coloured fish darted across our vision, glimmering jewels dancing through the ocean. Emma set off to try scuba diving whilst Hannah and I snorkelled through the myriad of aquatic creatures. We were even lucky enough to spy Elvis, the area's resident ginormous fish who likes to mingle with the tourists. Hopping back on the boat, we ...