I saw a dingo, and discovered lemonade lollies are my new favourite.
Lake Mackenzie has really clear water, there was a kinda a little island but it was the mainland that we hadn't noticed.
Rainforrests always have to have acanopy, and if some trees are knocked down, and others aren't they grow to make a canopy to protect the other trees. The rainforrest was growing in sand - which is a miracle. It could not be duplicated. I even hugged a tree.
We saw an emerald green lake called Lake Wabby. It was made by the sand. It was 30 times the size it is now, but only has 30 years left to live. The sand blows made it, but what made it is now killing it.
The bus was big and blue.
I saw a dingo and bought one. Dont worry, it was only a teddy. Did you know, dingoes dont bark.
We went in a little mini plane, before anyone in England even woke up, it was really good. We looked over the sea and flew over the sea. We had a fly around and saw lake Mckenzie, lake Wabby and then we landed.
We went to the Champagne Pools, luckily I didn't swallow any of the champagne! But it wasn't really champagne, the water just looked like it.
We saw a giant ship wreck too. After a long day, me and Chris went to a little creek and got in a rubber ring and floated down it. It was nice and peaceful and great.
Some people were playing beer pong in the creek