Seion at Bale
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... and I walked up to the swimming pool where we swam a mile each and then came back. The sun was shining and I was positive it was going to stay that way but we didn't want to jinx it so had to stop ourselves from getting too pumped up! We had alfresco breakfast and relaxed before it was time to go and see if we would be given the ok go. Strolled over at 1pm and sure enough Natalie the lovely receptionist said we were good to jump and that the van would pick us up in 10 mins. YEEHAH! ...
Da wir unseren Camper noch eine weitere Woche haben entscheiden wir uns noch weiter in den Norden zu fahren. In Port Douglas suchen wir uns einen Campingplatz. Von hier aus erkunden wir den Daintree National Park wo wir eine Wanderung durch den Regenwald machen wollen. Im Mossman George Center erkundigen wir uns ob wir eine Wanderung auf eigene Faust unternehmen können, da wir keine Lust haben uns einer organisierten Gruppe ...
Today we stepped foot in a rainforest, it was awesome! The Barron Gorge Rainforests are the oldest continually surviving tropical rainforests on earth. We began our experience riding over the rainforest on the skyrail. Despite being scared of heights Rach held her nerve and joined Nathan in the cable car. The views were fantastic, high above the trees. We could really appreciate the beautiful landscape around us. After a while it felt as if we ...
... droped off and it is once again time to feed the crocs. My turn to cut and slice the legs off. I quickly sharpen the knife scrapping it up and down, then with one easy fluent movement I dive into the flesh. slicing through the skin, fat and muscle, I get to the bone. Crunch goes the joint as I tug the leg in the opposite direction inwhich is intended to go. Feeling like a caveman (with a beard to match) I quickly cut all the legs and move on to the head. I start at the neck and work ...
... this is elevated due to the Chinese New Year, but still very significant), and many of the front desk staff are Mandarin speakers. Very interesting, and likely an indicator of what we will be seeing in the US in the next several years.
The beaches here are pretty, but unusable for parts of the year (like right now), due to the presence of two of the most venomous creatures in the world, the box jellyfish, and the Irukandji jellyfish. The ...
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