Toscana Village Resort
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Afterwards, I cannot remember
the source of such mirth.
Towards morning, an endless
dreaming of hotel rooms and
impossible mobile phones,
trying to contact a friend
and my long dead parents,
memory and technology at war.
Struggling to use ...
... know them at home - can be very dangerous and if you're stung you'd certainly know about it. We had to wear some very fetching stinger suits to minimize the risks. It was worth it. The coral around the islands is stunning and you feel like you've dived straight into Finding Nemo (I did find him, by the way). After lunch we set off for Whitehaven Beach, probably the most impressive beach I've ever had the ...
... by the Barbary Coasters Band.
Saturday we had lunch on board with Phil and Cheryl from Larrikin after having a tour of their lovely Riviera 47. Could this be the next boat? We finally made it ashore for the Parrot Head Party and what an amazing crowd and great music by 'Montserrat'!! Jimmy Buffet would have been very proud of the crazy parrot head costumes and the rest!!!
We eventually made it back to our boat by the courtesy tender while ...
... in the Great Barrier Reef around lunch and we spent all afternoon snorkelling around the 'stepping stones' which are vast columns of coral. The visibility was amazing around 20metres. Dave dived the reef in the afternoon and saw three turtles and two sharks - not a bad dive. The sun set was a good'un there wasn't much to do after it except have a few beers and hit the hay. On our third and final morning we woke up at 5.20am to watch ...
... Petra and Krystal didn't have to spend much time in the car. However, there were a few stops. At Callen, (I think) Ken pulled over to let traffic through RIGHT in front of the strawberry roadside stall. And without missing a beat, went to drive off ! So to howls of the indignant females in the car, he stopped again and we got ...