Green Island Resort
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We woke up bright and early to go on a snorkelling adventure to Green Island. We took a catamaran and the seas were rather choppy. When we got to the island we hired some lycra suits (stinger suits) and into the sea we went. We saw some giant Angel fish, parrot fish and soft corals (like we saw at "Japanese Gardens" in Thailand) Then we had a …
We arrived here yesterday after coming up through Atherton and misty clouds coming over the Mountains. We called into Ravenshoe on the way and saw the Café that was destroyed earlier this year, a very sad part of town. The business is for sale as are lots of others and although people were going about their daily business you could tell the town was hurting. We stopped at ...
... to Cooktown the week after this one and come back by the four wheel drive road. Should be lots of fun. Have to stay the night in Cooktown as the return journey takes about 8 hours., Will ask Greg & Di if they want to come - they should as it will be lots of fun, but they probably won't. But we will still do it. We probably won't be up here again for a long time. Found a nice port under the bed, having a drink or two as we don't have to go anywhere ...
... of my regulator seemed a bit thin. I looked down at the gauge and it read zero! Oh well, at least I got my money's worth in some way. One of the dive factory crew looked at my gauge once I climbed on board, and repeated several times, "it says zero", in utter disbelief. The more senior dive factory ******** took me to one side for a word. Oh no! I advised him that a warmer wet suit would have helped avoid this situation, and that I could ...
... next destination 5 hours away and then we went to the Emergency in Atherton where the doctor thought it was likely a broken metatarsal (foot bone). He said I would need to come back on Monday morning for the X-ray. So he put a half cast on for the weekend and sent me off with crutches. Over the next 36 hours I learned to be a patient. Hopping around on crutches was humbling. Walking with them took a lot of energy. I had to stop to rest or sit down to take a ...