Today we packed up in the blustery wind and made our way 220kms to Coral Bay, where we set up camp in the caravan park. We had some lunch and had a stroll around the small village, then went for a snorkel in some of the clearest most pristine water I have ever seen. The coral was very close to shore and covered in tons of brightly colored fish, some small, some quite big. I saw a stingray swimming around the coral, and lots of schools of fish. The water was a little chilly and the air temp wasn't very warm either, and with the strong winds it made for a pretty chilly swim, so we didn't last too long. We lay on the beach in an attempt to warm up however the wind was just too blowy so we came back to camp, then packed up the rods and went for a drive to find a fishing spot. Jamie decided to drive the car right down onto the sand and what would you know, we got bogged. Deep. We spent about twenty minutes digging under the car then Jamie tried to drive out but it only succeeded it bogging us further, so we dig for another half an hour or so, let the tyres right down and eventually were able to drive out of the hole in the sand. The boys threw their lines in and fished for a while, and just when they were thinking of calling it a day, Jamie caught a decent sized silver fish that we think might be some sort of whiting. Matt scaled and filleted it, and we went back to camp triumphant. We had nice hot showers the walked to the cafe in the park for dinner. After dinner we chatted for a while about all the highlights and lowlights of the trip, the climbed into bed.