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So, I was wasted the night before. Too much cheap wine from the 4 litre "goon bag", too much vodka. I felt groggy and realised that I didn't know how I had got to bed. One of the British lads saw me wake up, smiled, and said "have you seen your fingers?" I looked down and saw that my nails had been painted purple, every single one, toes and fingers. I was naked in the mixed sleeping area so I guessed I must have been naked ...
devoured by dragon , jaguar,
or sow, nor seen yet the terrible End Days
the emergence of the Third Temple,
gathering luminescence now issues forth
a slow and wondrous rebirth.
October 19, 2014
... around 12 noon on the first day, it had just got back that morning and they needed time to clean, restock and change crew for our trip. My morning was spent searching around the small town of Airlie Beach to find a Go-Pro camera. Eventually I found one in a Harvey Norman store just a short bus ride out of town, by the time I got back I had just enough time to pack a small bag and head to the marina. The first day on the boat we sailed to Blue Pearl Bay on Hamilton Island. I ...
... beach which was the most beautiful we'd seen until this point. The waters were turquoise and the sand, blindingly white due to its high silica content of 99.8%25! This also means that you can use the sand to scrub your body, clean your jewellery and even your teeth! After spending a few hours on the beach we hiked through the bush up to Hill Inlet where the swirling pattern of pure white sand through the aquamarine water makes for spectacular views! ...
... viewing the coral without having to get wet or exert themselves!
Awaking to another perfect day we slowly cruised up the east coast of Hook Is and around to Blue Pearl Bay on Hayman Island. Sandy and I both went for a kayak while David snorkelled with the GoPro. With a plastic bag on John's wrist, Sandy enjoyed pushing John in for a much desired refreshing swim. Once again the batfish swam up to the boat as soon as we arrived. Unlike ...