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... so colourful and the fish were super pretty. Our guide even let us touch a sea anemone! It was really weird because the ends were very sticky and would stick to your fingers. We also got to touch a giant clam and it freaked me out so much when it started to close.
For the rest of the day, we did a bit more snorkelling and then went in a semi submersible submarine and we got to see lots of sea turtles and more fish. It was such an amazing experience! Thankfully, ...
... away on some coral, a giant clam, lots of different fish and varieties of coral. It was very informative and interesting. Then it was on to some snorkeling. We had different experiences with our snorkeling but we all had a blast doing it. We loved seeing all the colorful fish! The fun came to an end too soon and it was time to return. It was a day we won't soon I forget and we hope to do again some day. Too tired to do much more than boil some water, ...
No way! When Mel ate her Magnum ice cream driving from 1770 she had a 'you have won a free Magnum' stick that we cashed in for a freebie today at the roadhouse in Lakeland on the way to Cooktown. You guessed it, as Mel took the last lick and looked down at the stick now free of ice cream and chocolate, she saw those magic words again 'you have won a free Magnum'. Hopefully we will be riding Mel's lick and eating free Magnums for the next 3 ...
... Regional Park.
We started to unpack the car and sort everything out – this was the end of our time camping. The car had to be returned the next day and from now on we will be truly backpacking (actually carrying our backpacks). Quite fittingly, it rained for a lot of the evening and the campsite was really dark and spooky, with nobody else there and some really weird noises going on.
Right now, I don’t think I will ...
... have a big party by the river (lots of yummy smelly food etc alcohol ++). A 25 yr old took a dare to see if he could swim across. Seriously. How much alcohol do you need to do that ?
He never came back.
There is, we were told, such a density of crocs in the Mary river that you have a 0% chance of coming out alive if you decide to take a dip. It’s hard to imagine what was going through his mind that day, or his friends’ for that matter.