This morning we got up and went for a stroll along the beach, then decided to go for a quick dip to wake up, although the water was quite warm so it wasn't as invigorating as expected. We cooked up some pancakes for brekkie then moved all our stuff over to the big cabin on the cliff, where we were meant to be staying. The humpback whales were super active all day today, I saw some incredible full breaches from the balcony with and without Cam's binoculars. I lay around in the sun reading for a while then joined the others for a snorkel where I spotted some squid swimming around and Jamie saw a school of giant trevally and a groper. We made some lunch then packed up the fishing gear and headed out to the rocky point to try and catch some fish. The tide was right out so we had to walk pretty far to reach the deep water, passing lots of tidal rockpools along the way full of coral and marine life such as crabs and blue-ringed octopus. The fishing proved to be unsuccessful once again so we headed back to the cabin where the boys tried fishing off the beach and I had a nap. I got up and used the toilet in our cabin and when I flushed a decent sized green tree frog flopped into the bowl from under the toilet seat, giving me a big fright! The boys still didn't catch anything so called it a day and we prepared dinner which consisted of two whole snapper and some snapper and mackerel fillets all given to us by the lady that works at the park, who lives next door to a fisherman. We cooked the whole fish on sliced potatoes in foil on the BBQ with some Hiromi created sauce and the fillets straight on the grill. There was also some more fresh cut sashimi tuna and mackerel, garlic bread, coleslaw and pasta salad, a real feast which was delicious and great as we were celebrating Cam's birthday. After dinner I cooked up a chocolate brownie on the BBQ and we sang happy birthday and lit some candles. We were all pretty tired, the boys stayed up fairly late last night, so we had an early night and went to bed. We decided we liked Middle Lagoon so much and from what Cam and Nic said about Cape Leveque which is where we were headed next, we thought it would be nicer to stay in one spot rather than relocate again, so we decided to stay an extra two nights here and possibly day trip to Cape Leveque. This place truly is a beach paradise, hardly any people around, fresh fish, perfect weather, a cabin overlooking the beach and sunsets with whales frolicking in the warm water.