BreakFree Rainbow Shores
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- Swimming pool
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... all being so random. For instance, at Lake Mckenzie, we had photos rolling in sand, splashing each other (or as Chris says 'FLIPPY FLOPPY'), throwing sand, and so many more. For lunch we all had wraps. There was a choice of Tuna, cheese, or beef. We visited many other places, where Chris took more photos. We had such a fab day! In our car we were having such a laugh, and playing so many songs that we all knew and would sing along to. Song of the weekend was ...
... the sand up of the beach and covering us in it so we decided to head back to the cafe and utilise the free wifi where we also returned for dinner. After dinner we had a drink in the hostel bar and then watched an episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians before crashing at 10 for our early start for the tour of Fraser. Unsurprisingly Rainbow Beach was massively underwhelming. ...
... me but all part of the fun. At 17:00 we went on this bushwalk type thing where we walked up a hill and into the jungle before coming out onto a sand dune right next to the coast and we watched the sunset from there which was pretty cool. Came back and had a cooked dinner. Pasta per standard hostel meal. Chilled in the room getting to know each other and elaborating on ...
... but with three consecutive dives, our skills were definitely tested and we could feel ourselves improving throughout the day. We also worked up a surprising appetite and so happily tucked into the onboard buffet when we surfaced. When we arrived back on land I had time for some more video calls and was taken out for a lovely meal at Watergate, where swanky cocktail bar meets tropical rainforest. The next day we had another early start to visit the Daintree rainforest, ...
... drive, she did a great job and we all sang to Toms music as we cruised along the beach to our lunch stop. Getting our cool box out, there were instructions for what should be eaten when and how to cook the evening meals. We had to work together to make sure we saved ourselves enough food for the 3days.
During our time on the island we were taken to a natural pool, which we could swim in and we bonded with everyone on the trip by playing ball. ...