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... turns out that the only things biting were the sand-flies! And they loved me!!! For something so tiny, they left me with big, red, itchy welts over my legs, arms and even my face. Time to leave this 'so beautiful and peaceful' place!
Our next stop was Townsville, probably the biggest city we've seen since Darwin. The Armed Forces are big here. The town ...
... someone to find something better. So here I am heading to Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef awaits. When I turned 25 I felt old. It was the first time age ever bothered me. A year later and I feel about 5 years younger. Maybe because I'm no longer racing to settle down or forcing myself into thinking I should conform to the pressures of society (deep I know!) I'm finally living life for the moment. No rush, no grand plan. Just me and my rucksack. The only disappointing thing ...
Drove to Townsville and stayed the night with Sheila, Renee and kids. (Joes Auntie and cousin). The kids all had a ball and it was great to catch up with them all.
Sheila and Renee took us on a tour of Townsville this morning which was great. Townsville is a really lovely place. We drove to the lookout which overlooks the city. The view was beautiful ...
... Chris, Sarah and Isla all had a go before me using the machete to chop of the birds’ heads, all doing pretty well considering. Then Graham looked to me and asked if I wanted a go…and strangely I said yes. After I saw the first duck lose its head I was feeling a bit emotional as it was not a pretty sight. But once everyone else had had a go I’d had chance to get used to the idea and I figured it was going to be killed ...
Left the campsite at 9.35am. Leaving Innisfail and driving towards Tully and on to Townsville, we drove through many sugar plantations. Also lots of banana plantations, but particularly sugar cane. There were lots of cutters actively cutting the cane, and pouring the cut cane, via a shoot, into trucks. The cane is then moved by ...