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... meet us at Cairns Airport.
... got a wave from a roadside 3metre mango..
She bought Pineapple and Rambutans ( they look like hairy things off a sunburned dog )
Luckily they also did great coffee..
Not far North and we came across our first cane field ( sugar )
The highway runs up the coast and there was plenty ...
... buffett and for dessert we had our first (had we known it was this good...) Australian Pavlova (baked meringue). Our 'swaggie' (Australian bushman) for the night chatted with us and told us what to expect for the evening. The whole idea of the night zoo is that you get to see animals awake that you normally don't see. Most of those animals are snakes, reptiles and just plain varmints, but it's interesting! The first thing we saw ...
Tonight I will be flying to Bali.
I have had a great week in Cairns where I spent 6 days getting certified as an Advanced scuba diver. The course consisted of 2 training days and 4 days living on a boat in the Great Barrier Reef.
I had amazing weather and really enjoyed diving. I hope to go diving in Bali and in other stops along the way.
Unfortunately my waterproof camera broke because I went to deep so I do not have many pictures of my experience.
... gear). I was nervous too, this was my first ever fun dive, I was worried it would be different to the way I'd learned at Big Blue in Koh Tao, but of course those nerves were unfounded and everything went swimmingly (excuse the pun!). I saw a few big sharks down there, which was less frightening than I'd expected, they paid little to no notice of us. The water was outrageously clear, you could see 30m ahead of yourself! ...