Tomans in OZ

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Port Douglas, Great Barrier Reef

[...] , at a wildlife rehab/conservation center, around town (and next door!), and at the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) where Eric and I were able to SCUBA dive. This was truly an amazing [...]

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[...] to unless you have 4 wheel drive and plan on packing your own fuel. Cape Trib is in the Daintree Rainforest (a World Heritage Site) and it rained most of the time we were there. They get 8-9 meters [...]

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[...] from Ohio State. They were good kids and great with Cadie.  Our first location was Magnetic Island. We had serious day/night confusion and I earned a horrible mom award by making Cadie walk 1/ [...]

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