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... sand castles under the shade of palm trees, with the view of Dunk and Bedarra Islands in front of them. Visited the Murdering Creek Winery. Grape vines don't grow up here because it is too hot and wet. So they make wine from tropical fruits. The winery name was awesome so we just had to visit. Apparently the Aboriginal tribe that lived on this point of land used to eat any survivors of shipwrecks. Thus Murdering Point. Purchased three bottles of wine to try. Could be ...
... go to a funeral and wouldn't be home until the afternoon so we weren't in any rush to get there. Tully was only about 2 hours away so we just took our time. We stopped at Cardwell and collected our mail, bought some things to make lunch and the kids had a play on the playground for a while. The farm was then another 30 or so kms from Cardwell. We arrived at about 1:30pm. The other wwoofers showed us were to park the van and where the showers and toilets ...
... tried our luck there. By then it was lunch time and we headed back to our site.
After lunch we had some quiet time with reading and I even had a "power" nap to get ready for our afternoon at the beach.
The crab must have loved us as they stole all our bait from our hooks. I managed to hook a small whiting fish but it was uneventful. We saw the sun dipping behind the palm trees and decided we had practised ...
... the air. After a couple of minutes we begun to descend quicker and I was
told to hold my legs up as we approached the beach to land. On landing I
couldn't wipe the smile off my face (to be honest I couldn't do that
the whole way down) I was so proud of myself!
After collecting out DVD we headed back to the hostel for and early dinner of jacket potato and tuna mayo and an early night! Sky diving sure takes it our of you!
... s of Northern Thailand or the remote jungle's of Laos. I'm sure everyone has heard of the great barrier reef off the East coast of Queensland, one of the world's top heritage sights with a diverse underwater ecosystem. Myself and Baz took a day here to head to the outer reef and snorkel over the corals. It also gave me the opportunity to get back to a bit of scuba diving which I had not done since completeing my course in Thailand back in October. I ...