Fig Tree Lodge
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Tash's birthday today, rang her early, before they went out and about. Just a quite day today, the next 3 days are going to be full on. Caught up with a bit of shopping, the alcohol supplies were getting a little low, Had tea tonight with John & Faye - it's their last night tonight, over at the camp kitchen. Had a wonderful night reminising ...
... However, at the edge of the coral there would be hundreds of metres drop into the darkness which looked quite scary. Before coming to Australia we weren't really aware how amazing the Great Barrier Reef was. But now having seen and learnt about it we realise why it's a natural wonder of the world. It measures 2300km long and covers an area of 35million hectares. Basically it's ridiculously big. We had donned our flippers and were equipped with mask and snorkel, it was ...
... only came to pick us up, go over to the domestic airport with us and share a cup of coffee with her parents. The way it turned out, she had to feed us, provide the drinks, provide the sleeping stuff etc etc. Thanks Ing so very much, we had a lovely evening sharing all sorts of **** and stories.
... they were gone..
We progressed South and the vistas were spectacular..
There is one sight that is always welcome when you are traveling in remote Australia... the sign for public toilets..
We stopped close to the top of one mountain in order to eat some of the fruit we had bought, delicious Paw Paw.
As we got closer to cairns the ...
... back so just relaxed this afternoon. Unfortunately my back went into spasm this morning when I moved my suitcase and has been quite painful and stiff today although a lot better at the moment. I now need a Dentist to replace a filling that fell out, a chiropodist to do my feet again before the hike in Darwin and a physiotherapist to sort out my back. The joys of getting old. Have seen many different types of ...