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... Great Barrier Reef, there were still plenty of fish and coral on offer to see. We spent around an hour here, and I had a great time taking underwater pics and a couple of videos! I have no idea whether they're any good, so I can't wait to get home and check them out on a bigger screen! It was time to head home, so we cruised on back to port over the next 2 hours, enjoying the last of this beautiful marine park! I had a fantastic day and truly ...
... in the water juhu ;) I was talking the whole evening with Noemi about their trip and stuff and we heard always the fishes in the water, it was nice till Dominique came and told us that there are all sharks around our boat and we thought that this are the Dolphins we saw before :/ We decided to sleep again outside and that night was without rain and I slept very good under the stars. Diana again inside she had no problem with the ...
... shark diving in New Zealand, I have used vending machines for years and have survived! We spent the morning searching for crocs on the river and then had a BBQ lunch. After lunch we headed out into the bush and spotted lots of wildlife including wallabies. We also licked the bum of Green Ants, which tasted of Sherbert Lemons. We were hoping to see some snakes but at 38 degrees it was too hot for ...
... sky as we fell asleep. No quite so ideal when it poured down later that night and soaked Noz until he closed the window, but that all makes it sound a little less romantic! Haha. So once again, an early start and brekkie en route to the next snorkelling spot. As we arrived, Kat explained where to go for the best spotting and we were hoping that some turtles may be there waiting for us. Unfortunately there were no turtles spotted, but we saw an array of tropical fish - the reefs ...
... influence from their original colonization is still seen in architecture, language, and even names of building and streets. And I know we saw seven or eight different wedding parties around the bridge and opera house area. On Sunday morning we conquered the train and bus system to get to Bondi Beach. Probably the most crowded beach I've ever been to. And the water was ...