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... that were catching the fish attracted to the light from the boat, we all watched them excitedly before deciding to hit the hay. Due to the overwhelming heat in the cabin the crew suggested we tried sleeping on deck but after burning ourselves raw in the sun the sand and hard surface of the deck made the burn sting, there was no winning. I braved the cabin and managed to get a few hours whilst the others braved the deck until 5 and then came into the cabin once the sun started to rise. ...
... her hold onto the boat. She ended up on the middle of the zodiac, closed her eyes and screamed for a full minute. It was scary and a bit hilarious at the same time. Back on the sailing boat, we were all wet and a little bit disgruntled. We all abandoned the idea of being dry. Everybody was a bit tired of the storm. We had lunch on the way back to the natural harbour, and most of us felt seasick eating and riding the big waves at the same time. In the afternoon, I ...
... he was largely on top of the coral. I found it interesting that the coral had grown as high as it could go and from now on could only grow side ways. At low tide the top of the coral is out of the water which shows in many of the pictures we took from the helicopter. I watched Bob swimming for awhile, took his picture and left him thinking he would enjoy swimming a long time. Unfortunately, he felt alone and missed me so much he came out of the water and could not find me. I was ...
... and chips from a pub like restaurant which was really good, I hadn't had something like that in a while and had a glass of wine seeing as it was my pre birthday! Massive treat with the expenses in Australia. We went back to our hostel relatively early as we had to be up and out early the next morning. Lauren and I shared the tent with a couple of 19 year old guys from Germany who were nice enough. It was actually quite cold that evening which gave me no hope for the weather over the ...
... southern side of Hook Island, and eventually anchored in the Nara for the night. Here we enjoyed an evening swim, paddle boarded and fooled around on the ships diving board while Shane prepared a lovely steamed fish dinner. Afterwards, we relaxed and chatted on the deck underneath a blanket of stars, unlike anything I had ever seen ...