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... just better) site. Realising that the same wind would likely be affecting the whole Ningaloo a Coast including Coral Bay, our next planned destination, we opted to give Cape Range a chance and we saddled up to head further south along the NP, checking camps as we drove down. We ducked into the visitor centre which occupied us for a good hour. It had story boards on whale sharks, interactive video's about the reef, large models of the park's wildlife and a great little gift ...
... go to Port Douglas for another day of great diving on the GBR, we headed out for breakfast at the Pier One Cafe and had a good look around. We thought it would be nice to have our last meal in Cairns together at the apartment and Rick cooked a lovely BBQ poolside. It was a lovely evening and we exchanged computer images of our adventures.
This was a fabulous four days together and then it was then goodbye for now,lots of hugs and kisses and great memories until we meet ...
... and sat in the long grass for a while. And then away it flew - saved! By this time it was time for lunch and the wind had picked up quite considerably so we packed up our things, said goodbye to the Wests with plans to meet them on the beach later in the afternoon, and went back to camp. We had a quick shower under the outdoor shower to rinse off then we walked to the bakery for lunch. After lunch we had a look in ...
... up the beach for a while and then turned around and plodded back all the while enjoying the changing colours in the sky as the sun set. Brianna and I were on a camel together - we were on Aqaba and Lauren and Ian were together on Abbossim. One of the guides walked alongside the row of camels for the whole ride and kept up a constant dialogue answering questions and telling us all about the camels were were riding on. All of the camels ...
... we made it through, and so did the Germans. We did see two small freshwater crocs also. What an adventure. MORNINGTON WILDERNESS CAMP Our final stop through the KImberleys with Mum. A beautiful bush camp with plenty of kangaroos, corellas, turtle and a few black cockatoos. A day spent 4WDing to Diamond and Sir John Gorge with the impressive King Leopold mountain range as a backdrop...we saw hundreds of boab trees..all with a different shape..Mum liked the big ...