- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the kangaroos pouches! Once back at the house Viviene casually dropped into the conversation that they had a python living in their roof!! Apparently a great thing to have in Oz as they kill other things that could be a menace in your house......then came all the terrifying stories of jumping ants (that sting like wasps) killer snakes, spiders and ...
And again the referencing of the behavioural instinct that
sharks are territorial, is a reason as to why they have recently started biting
on humans. Because the humans are threatening their territory.
Hypothesis - My Personal opinion.
There are few taggings on the great white sharks (they are
elusive and difficult to monitor) It is inconclusive to state whether ...
... Back to base for a relax and a picky dinner, with a surprise call from Maria to say hello. Good to hear a familiar voice.
Friday morning starts off with cycle around town, with a heavy fog hanging about over the ocean. Rode back up to Razor back to see if we could spot some whales again but not lucky with the fog blanket still around. Back to skilpad for B and ...
Today was productive. Not in the way I wanted it to be, I wanted to hire a surfboard a ride some sweet waves. The swell was flat, chances of surfing the east coast was over. We didn't rush to get up, checked out around 10am and headed into town. I did some more research on the Vietnamese visa and we both applied for a VOA letter. It was then followed by another $5 pizza. It's the cheapest thing going! After we thought we'd check ...
... were much higher and the quality surfers were a little intimidating. Dan and I spent a lot of the time sat beyond the break lying on the surfboard and chatting footie. We went to Cheekies on a by-nightly basis which allowed us a nights recovery... effeciency at its best. This schedule was interrupted by a trips first to see the most easterly point of Australia at sunrise as well as to the most bizarre place I have ever been, Nimbin. The day trip on Wednesday was ...