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... really a great concept – there were activities for all different age groups and abilities – big slides, a ‘walk the plank’, trampolines, a big rock-climbing ice-berg thing, big rocking ‘things’ and a sort of obstacle course right in the middle. It is such a great way to enjoy the water and burn off some energy in the process.
As Mal and I had not purchased wristbands, we were allowed in this netted off area ...
... see tree roots directly above our heads, some that no longer have trees above ground and the many stalagtites and stalagmites that haves formed over time. They cannot put an exact age on the cave but have said thousands of years old. The cave is the third largest in the world and has been preserved against the public from the day it was discovered. The cave was roughly 40 m high so there was many steps to reach the cave floor. Not an easy feat when you have a child strapped to your back. ...
... to admit I was feeling more than a little queasy. As I was also tired, I wanted to sit down, but that just made it worse. Continually losing sight of the horizon as you are first staring up at the sky before the front of the boat comes crashing down and it seems like you're going to go down like the Titanic does not make for a comfortable trip. Fortunately I didn't lose the contents of my stomach, but I came uncomfortably close a few times.
Back on land the ...
... site which has a neat and tidy shower and toilet on site. We managed to get the van set up without getting too wet, and was impressed with how quickly we managed to get it done, since it's only the second time we have had to do it ( first time at home on the front lawn), just in time to chill out and watch the footy with a cider and beer in ...
... and left Indonesia in the dust. The expensive nature of the new chapter of our trip became obvious almost immediately. Ordering the $4 breakfast sandwich from the in flight menu found in front of me, I was surprised when the flight attendant charged me $9. When I asked why, I was handed the Air Asia Australia menu. The items were the exact same, the prices were basically double, someone simply forgot to switch my menu. Yup, Australia may be only ...