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... in anger I believe, against an American ship that forgot/didn't know the friendly signal thing. Another boring fact about Magnetic Island that I'll put here before I forget is that I think it was so named because Captain Cook's compass buggered up when he was near the island. Anyway, the forts are up in the hills, and it's a nice (and incredibly hot) walk up to them, with the chance to see koalas in the trees along the way. I did the walk when I was ...
... his private quarters! So 'arrrrrgggghhh' we had screams and shouts to go to bed and then frequent squawks and then at 1am our comfy, spacious slumber (sans cot and Bebe) was interrupted by uncontrollable screams - bless him, his final molars have now all broken through the gums and are on their way upward and every so often I think the pain is just too much for him. We had cuddles and nurofen, more milk, teething granules and dummies galore but he was beside himself and ...
... coping strategies and 'go to's' without even realising it. I do it for myself too and it's just slightly throwing caution to the wind and going with the flow a bit more. I am currently being a bad mother - Rafe's refusal to sleep for a second day in a row means I have taken to now also putting Mikes tablet into the cot with 'Room on the Broom' playing for entertainment. Toddlers and husbands 24/7 are exhausting!!!!!!!!! (I'm sure toddlers and wives (for said husband) 24/7 are even more ...
What a fabulous day we had on Whitsunday Cruises Twin Island Cruise. We left Port of Airlie at 8:20 AM and got to Daydream Is about 30 minutes later. The ferry ride was very smooth, hardly any rock and roll or up and down motion, so we all arrived in good shape. They have an artificial lagoon with live coral that goes around and in and out between lots of the buildings, and it's filled with coral reef fish, stingrays, and sharks. After having a look at the marine life in the ...
... about 1m in length. We spent a lot of time kayaking here, walking the beach, me photographing and just messing about - delightful.
Time to return to Airlie Beach, and this time we are going to Port of Airlie as we were not fussed with Abbot Point - too many kahuna's and rules. This is a lovely marina albeit with no facilities, although facilities are available close by. We have great neighbours, a family from Pittwater and a couple from Port ...