We were so lucky that we encountered a great man called Joe, and he was willing to take us out on his boat and show us around the Sundays!
I've always loved these old 'pirate boats' and finally I got to see one for real!
Some of the bays were absolutely splendid.
Troy with his beautiful 'photo edited' tan.
One of the most enjoyable parts of the boat trip was snorkelling. Here is Troy and Taleena loving the Sea Lice.
So I went into my cabin and had a little rest and when I woke I noticed the view from my window was lovely.
So I do have my boat licence but I hadn't driven one this size. I didn't collide with the pirate ship, dead ahead.
Taleena taking some photo's.
Not just one, but two of those boats that I love.
Travelling home the following afternoon - after a night on the water - being blinded by the sun, but also mesmorized by the sunset.
A nice little turtle. (Got to snorkel with him)
This was bay was surrounded by some of the most beautiful coral I've ever seen.
We encountered countless whales while out boating with Joe. They really are graceful creatures.
The last glimpse of her before she dived deep deep down, with her buddy.
I have seen whales before, but there was just something special about this. (Maybe the fact that we didn't have an instructor talking our ear off)
By far the most beautiful bay. I just wish I could remember the name of it!
Getting ready to take a dive.
Sunset on the trip home!
Troy and I went for an afternoon walk looking for crocodiles but instead I think we found someones home...
There is something about railway tracks in photos. They just look wicked, eh?
Again with the railway tracks.
Troy + Railway Track = Hell yeah!
They call me Big Rick.
Taleena doesn't have any cool photos so she called upon my awesome iPhone to do the trick!
We couldn't afford any sugar, so just as well we were surrounded by sugar cane!
Under a bridge - a place for contemplation.
No description needed.
Rushing to take some photos during the brief stop in the rain. (Which happened for the entire first half of the tour)
The beast that makes all of this touring possible. Even if it does break down like a piece of shit.
Troy with this hectic creature-like piece of wood.
It was just a cool as bridge!
Obviously this photo is sick because I'm in it.
This train was a lot longer than my iPhone depicts, here.
A cute little wallaby at a lookout we found accidently.
Found this under a bridge. Thought it was quite nice!
Trying to take some cool closeups. How did I go?
Taleena supporting us at our Mackay show.