Half Moon Bay Resort
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... poissons était surprenante. Je me suis rapproché entre autres d’un Pterois ou poisson « lion », dont la beauté rivalise avec la toxicité de ses épines dorsales. Il était tout noir et ne bougeait pas, pas nerveux le monsieur, car tout le monde a peur de lui, un petit souverain sous-marin. J’ai aussi vu une araignée sous-marine, elle était toute poilue et était deux fois plus grande que ma main.
À la deuxième plongée le maître plongeur a nourri les poissons, ce ...
... it: macadamia, passion fruit, wattle seed and chocolate pudding fruit. Then we were back on the bus to check out a lovely lookout that has views to the island where Steve Irwin was filming when he was killed by the sting ray :( We continued on the the ferry crossing where we got out and into a little riverboat to cruise the river looking for crocs and learning about mangroves etc. We saw a crocodile in the water but as we were getting closer and ascertained that it was indeed ...
... all even if it's sad to say goodbye. A few people were staying in Cairns for more nights so we arranged to meet for pick the next day. The meal choice was Sushi and I'm not a fish fan so have usually avoided sushi but decided to be brave and try it. After studying the menu for what seemed like ages and watching the many dishes go past I finally bit the bullet and tried one. It was actually ok a chicken and avocado thing. A few more dishes later ...
Our travel agent booked us on a Great Barrier Reef &
Green Island Sailing trip for today.
Philip was kind enough to drop us off at 7am this morning since parking
would have been a pain. We and 12 other people
we on an actually sailing vessel! Yeah! What a wonderful warm sunny day we had. It takes about 1.5 to 2 hours to get out
there with the motor pushing hard and the foresail up for show. We anchored ...
... a landscaped version of the jungle we had driven through and some very impressive trees and plants. Dox then took me to see The Tanks, which is a collection of old oil tanks from the war that have been converted into art galleries, theatres and performance spaces. They are the best buildings I have seen in Australia. So now we are planning what to take to Cape tribulation where we will camp in the rainforest or on the beach over the weekend and come back on Monday. I am ...