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... us. A beaut Monitor lizard strolled past our awning, stopped to look at us then moved on. Not shy at all. We noticed the bush turkeys were absent at this time though. We went for a drive into the city of Cairns this afternoon. We were last here in 1997 and it was interesting to see the changes. It is quite a city now but the Esplanade is still magnificent. The parkland all the way along the water front is beautiful with ...
... 8217;!! Yep I had somehow managed to crack a back molar! Fortunately it was not painful, so with full mobile reception Wendy was on the phone straight after the briefing lining up an appointment on Saturday at 12.30pm!!
The reef trip itself was simply amazing. We had both really enjoyed the coral and fish at Coral Bay and the Ningaloo Reef in WA however this was just so much more stunning. The only issue being it takes you 90 minutes ...
As for petrol consumption, our
worst was driving over the mountains from the coast and then it was 17.5 litres
per 100 kms. However, seeing that we have travelled up the country right on the
Great Dividing Range, it hardly came as a surprise. Mostly, we sit at just
below 16 litres per 100 kms when towing but our Pathie is six years old and we
feel it’s doing pretty well for its age! Now, back to our trip….
... water was choppy and they strongly advised everyone take seasickness tablets which ended up being an excellent decision, I never get seasick and I felt a bit that way so it was great to have them – if ever you are going somewhere where you may get seasick, travelcalm – that's the ticket! It took us 1.5 hours to get out to the first reef, the crew were just fantastic, this company has 3 marine biologists on-board and they ...
... not going to share anything Riley is constantly putting his hand up. "Is it going to spit me in the eye and make me blind?" They do get a good spot in front of the stage and are determined not to let anyone push in. I do remind them about the time when Peter and I were travelling the world and a Japanese tourist pushed in front of me. Yep I did pick up that tourist and move them. Well what an entertaining night and lots of laughs were ...