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... But our guide ensured us that people have been swimming here for over 100 years and there have been very few recorded attacks. It's safe to say we both jumped in briefly to say we'd done it but didn't hang around. There were some much braver/stupider people swimming up the river to the next jetty. Five of us went exploring along the tracks whilst everyone else caught up on sleep. We ended up going deep into the forest and turned onto a less formed track. ...
... floor and directly facing the sea. It's just been refurbished so new & sparkly. Hopefully the weather will settle back down now that the storm has passed. Locals reckon it will take a while. We watched TV footage of the storm damage with fronts of houses ripped right off by the wind! We had lucky escape - seeing the fringe of it was ...
... but soon became
unpleasant ,forcing us inside.
Soon we heard a lot of thunder ,then along came the
lightning. There was a lot of thunder,we had to wait a while for the rain. But
really no problem with that after a good day out.
Saw on the news Brisbane suffered flooding ,from the same
storm!! 100mm of rain in an hour and 85km winds. They must have got the full
force of it. A good time to be 130 km from there.:)
... smoked duck breast, hot smoked salmon filet, chorizo sausage, passion fruit, avocados, strawberries, a pineapple, apples, pears, various vegetables, rack of organic lamp and a loaf of sourdough pumpkin seeded bread. Just the bare essentials that had proved elusive to find in outback NSW and Queensland! After the demands of negotiating the crowded markets, it was time to retreat to the relative quiet of one of the many excellent coffee shops in the area to rest up and ...
... nearby, so they are constantly on babysitting duty! The grandkids range in age from 18 years old to 6 months! Wow! We had a lovely day in the tropics, and I was SO glad we had a 4WD, as the area they took us to had at least 3 different running water creeks we had to drive over, and even though Chris swears his Kingswood could have made it, it was comforting to know we & the 4WD WOULD make it! The 4 grandchildren (a brother and sister ...