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... I had a dog around. We had planned to go to Clearwater beach that day so we went off in the car, there were traffic jams for miles and when we arrived near the beach realised it was going to cost $20-30 to park for the day. Uh oh. We drove along the road till a lady with a sign waved us down. She was offering parking in her driveway for $20. I explained I didn't have cash but she said that was fine. We parked up and then she asked me to move it closer to the edge ...
... 160;I suppose if your perspective includes getting bombed, war rations, Nazis, Fascists, Communists, the EU debacle and incessant reminders of the horrors inflicted upon you by your neighbors going back 2-3,000 years, the US of A does look pretty darn good, especially when you are getting tipped nicely by prosperous American tourists. But underneath the admiration - real or for show - personal interests seemed pervasive. I read once that in Europe, people like to show ...
... over a week from now. They have been extremely generous with their time in what is their high season when work demands their absolute attention.
Business wise on the islands there is a really high season and a high season; something we would not understand back in Australia. For the really high season; think of the two weeks we have before Christmas and stretch that out to between six and eight months (madhouse stuff 7 days a week) and for the high season think of our summer. ...
... wanted to be.
Unfortunately I didn’t pull out my camera at all except to grab one picture before I got on the ship. I’ll have to get better at this picture thing. I’m still debating letting this scruff beard out, but we shall see as the week continues.
I know that my posts may be posted under the wrong city, but that's when I get WiFi again and can tell you about what I did so deal with me and stay tuned. That concludes our broadcast ...
... are quite used to visitors. We continued to swim through the warm water which varied from around 15 to 2 feet. The reef boasted a fabulous array of tropical fish and some savage looking mustard coral. We saw many black sea urchins with their nasty black spikes. Our guide pointed out interesting marine life including the parrot fish which apparently creates a massive amount of sand through their digestive system.
We have snorkelled on the Great Barrier Reef and ...