Tangalooma Sunday night sunsets, and boating antics.

Lots of people have left for home – leaving us behind – hoorah!

A lovely day of fun with the boys: dragging them around on the donut (and making sure they fall off and then making sure they swim to catch us up – anything to wear them out, and jumping off the boat on a rope swing, and clambering up more high sand dunes ….and feeling very old, as they trot effortlessly up and call down to check if I’m ok. Honestly! How did that happen?!

We also went up to the Tangalooma shipwrecks (http://www.visitmoretonisland.com/sights/tangaloomawrecks) for a snorkel. It was interesting to see how the coral has started to grow on the ship wrecks and there were lots of fish, but unfortunately visibility was poor ( and we’ve been so spoilt with our other reef snorkeling experiences). We’ll try again later in the week.

It was such a glorious day, and evening, that we decided this was the night to enjoy our last bottle of bubbles and our second can of foie gras (thanks to my dear friend Wid, en France). It was the end to a perfect day – and before I forget, there’s the couple of turtles who seem to hang around our boat, and the dolphins who swim by, including a calf, and a full moon rising to top it off. Perfect!… And privileged.