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... off my hand. We did see two white tipped reef sharks.
Our second dive was at a site called "Escape" on Escape Reef. Tony said that he thought we were the first people in four years to five the site. I think I believe them, as the crew had so much trouble locating the mooring line that Pete had to jump in the water with a mask. As with any dive site that hasn't been dove in a while, we had no idea what to expect. The dive turned out to be mostly a swim through the open blue. ...
... over it was time to catch the last bus home and get our heads down ready for the start of a new phase of our Australian adventure tomorrow. We were picking up our campervan in the morning and planned to drive north, to see two World Heritage sites - the Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef at Cape Tribulation.
We were handed the keys to our very well used campervan who we ...
... us a briefing at each dive site and a talk on the reef. I was also able to get a mask with prescription lenses so that I could see. They provided us with Lycra suits that protected from stingers and sun burn. After the last dive, we had a coffee and finally changed out of our wet bathing suits. A glass of wine and a beer on the ride back completed the trip wonderfully. I am so lucky that Peter shared his birthday adventure with ...
... of 5 or 6 clownfish (finding nemo). After exploring this reef for another hour it had been a full day in the water and time to get these sea legs back to land! This trip out to the reef was a great start to our adventures in Australia! Kristen's Memorable Moment - Almost having a heart attack when Jonah pointed out the reef shark and started swimming after it! Jonah's Memorable Moment - The look on Kristen's face when the first shark swam under ...
... snorkel trips. Initially greeted by a good number of large and brightly coloured fish (hoping the sounds of snorkelers hitting the water heralded feeding time), I headed out to the cordoned off area for snorkelling. Yes, unfortunately, we were restricted to a select area. Snorkelling was great - but too many other folk for my liking. Barrier reef live did not disappoint.
Ed, having signed away all liability claims that could possibly ...