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... br> I seek the help of some youngsters
on a London bus, unable to recognize
where I am, or to remember where I am going.
Little wonder it's a deep and prolonged
groaning, not laughter, which by morning
drags me reluctantly from sleep!
September 29, 2014
... digging my toes into. The white silica sand is as fine as flour and the blue waters are clear and inviting (when you momentarily forget about the killer jellyfish). For the night we anchored at a calm spot off Hook Island. When the wine was gone we headed into our cabin, which had a hatch opening onto the deck above. I fell asleep watching the stars twinkle over my head. They were two magical days. Pinch me ...
... were lighting up the sky. With our friends from Kimi and Lynn and Paul we finished the evening in good company on the back of our boat.
We awoke to almost no wind and leaving the other Rivieras behind we made our way from Shag Islet back to Hamilton Island, stopping to avoid some whales on the way. There we met our daughter Stephanie who flew in from wintry Sydney and had our final cruise dinner with Lynn and Paul before they return to the Gold Coast.
... while Dave and Matt must have polished off about 5 cups of tea. Sara and Matt dived the reef while Dave snorkelled over head, and we tried to get in as much snorkelling as possible before the captain had to begin heading back. As we sailed back to Airlie Beach the whole trip had been worth every penny - Australia is amazing! All that was left was to drive the 250km or so to Townsville as Matt was starting work the following morning. ...
... strawberries direct from the farm. At 9:30am the stall was nearly sold out, so obviously a popular place. So a cup of tea and strawberries for smoko instead of the chocolate muffins I had in the back of the car.
Where we stopped there was also some cane harvesting happening on the edge of town, so we went down for a ...