Rendezvous Reef Resort Port Douglas
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... Pretty impressive ground they have covered already.
So after a few laughs with the various international characters at the bar (even a fellow kiwi), a waltz down to the beach and a short sing along with someone playing a ukeleilee, it was time to grab some grub then hit the pit.
Unfortunately I hadn’t paid attention to the kitchen closing time soo Le snak and an orange for tea it was. Ahh well, time for ...
... but when I went back only a short time later to takes some photos, it had clouded over and those big spots of rain were descending once again. Mind you getting wet is not a problem with the temp 27deg today.
I had a call today from David (Hai as we knew him) he said that he really wants to take Peter and me with him to Vietnam sometime. It is great now that contact has been made that he wants to keep in touch.
... listed. We spent 3 hours wondering the village shops and cafés, had a beautiful lunch and finished it of with a drink at the pub. Ava went to the Kuranda Koala Gardens and got to cuddle a lovely Koala The trip down the mountain was on the Skyrail, it is 7.5 kl long and was completed in 1995. The views above the rainforest were ...
... down another hole or something but eventually he reappeared. Showers, teeth and bed after a Long day. The next day we decided to walk up to see the fox glacier so after breakie did the short drive round to the base and then a half an hour walk up to the bottom of the glacier. Not a very pretty glacier but still cool to see with people doing the tours on the glacier so we stood watching them for a bit. Back down and round to lake Matheson this time. Walked around the whole of the ...
... the basics of diving including what all the equipment does, how to equalize, and how to communicate with one another under the water. The two points that she stressed the most were to ensure that we equalized our ears every meter or so (just by making them 'pop' by swallowing or ...