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... time with exhaustion today. We haven't managed any dives since that first one as the weather has been too bad which is a massive shame but unfortunately out of our control. Instead the crew decided we should go to some Aboriginal cave on the island we were moored next to. We had to walk up the steepest rocky slope in the pouring rain which I just knew from the word go was a bad idea. Someone was going to get hurt I was sure of it. The cave was cool but only entertained us for ...
... looking at that gorgeous view was a great pleasure. I could have stayed there all day, but I didn't want to miss the swim and Bob was waiting in the water for me. The tide had gone out so we had a very long walk out to where we could swim. I enjoyed the minnows and found a sand dollar on the way. The temperature of the water was delightful so we stayed in until a wind came up and the water became a bit rough. Back to our beach chairs and the pleasure of gazing at the ...
... sand from a wheelbarrow and she slowly flippered her way to the sea without any of the grace we'd seen underwater. With terrible hearing and excellent sight turtles can see the difference in light on the horizon for direction. Light pollution has hatchlings spun around, often finding themselves on farms, and highways.
We returned to the centre and waited while half the group went home. We met Jason (San Francisco) who'd struggled with Australian antisemitism until ...
... fish, pipe fish, angel fish - the list could go on and on. The captain had jokingly said in the morning that time seems to go extra quickly out on the reef and he couldn't have been more right. Before we knew it, it was time to head back on board and go home. What more can be said than a fantastic experience and one that will stay with me for as long as I live. It's devastating to think that the reef might not be there for future generations. After seeing it with my own ...
... over it then flew off.
Got out and sat drying for a while, watching crows raid people bags.
Boat came and collided with the beach again so went to get back. As we were walking along my flip flop broke. Was very disappointed.
Got back to the Teepee about 18:10.
Accidentally locked the teepee with the key inside. Took me about 5 minutes to undo all the clips around the outside and inside of it and get in. Seems ...