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" So the past few weeks I've been thinking more and more about travel ... and I've been daydreaming, and I've been starting to make plans. I'll have the usual half-dozen work trips to arcane yet uninspired destinations this year, but it looks like there will be a respectable amount of "fun" travel, as well. I've got tentative trips lined up to Seattle and New England to attend conferences, and internationally there will likely be a short trip to Europe followed by two extended third-world adventures. Adding my usual summertime wanderings in the western mountains to the list gives me a 2004 schedule that is still fuzzy but is getting very full.

This week, I got started by making concrete plans for two trips -- one that will suck, and one of which will be a blast. The sucky one is of course another 10-day work trip to Pierre, South Dakota -- Jen and I will be flying out on February 17th. It will be mostly office time, and the weather promises to be sucky, too ... and I've long ago exhausted every possible means of entertainment in that sleepy little burg. Sigh ... but it's a living.

The other set of reservations I made, though ... well, they're for something tremendous. Most of you guys know that my extended family has a summer place in the Uinta Mountains of Utah ... well, it's fairly near a spot called Dinosaur National Monument, which has great whitewater rafting in some of the most gorgeous canyon country in the world. I've done several extended river trips through there in the past few years, and this year my sister and I are joining a four-day, 70-mile raft trip down the Yampa and Green Rivers. The scenery is magnificent and wonderfully desolate, the companionship and food are always good, and the river guides are inevitably bronzed and adorable.

She and I did this same trip three years ago, and it was nearly perfect. Here's a so-so shot I took then of dawn at the first night's campsite ... it's where I'll be spending my birthday this year:

Yampa  River  sunrise
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" "Fee diddly dee an actor's life for me!"




Whitewater rafting on the Tully River provides a fun and strenuous workout but can have its hairy moments.
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Ten metres below the ocean's surface, each breath you take sounds like the on-rushing roar of a freight train. At least it does to a first-time scuba diver. On the surface, my dive instructor had told me if I was thinking about my breathing then I was doing it wrong. The idea, he said, was to breathe easily to both calm the nerves and conserve oxygen.

Easier said than done. The whole idea of breathing underwater is unnatural and the first time I slipped below the surface and took a deep breath I fully expected my lungs to fill with water.

That didn't happen. Soon the wondrous sights of Australia's Great Barrier Reef proved distracting enough that before I knew it, my 30-minute introductory dive was over and I was back onboard the dive ship, dripping, and grinning from ear to ear.

"It's smiles like that that make me love my job," said Luke, the 31-year-old dive captain aboard the Reef Encounter, a 35-metre catamaran based out of Cairns.

Luke had taken my arm to coax me below the water, which is a completely addictive activity once you get past your fears. After the safety drills we explored the reef, its amazing colours and abundant marine life.

I had been told not to touch the reef -- it is made up of living organisms and too many ignorant folk think nothing of breaking off a chunk as a souvenir -- but Luke did introduce me to a clam that had to be as big as my stove.

Everything's big here, from starfish which are a metre across, to myriad schools of 30-pounders, to the reef itself, which runs 2,000 km down the coast of Queensland in Eastern Australia.

The Reef Encounter offers overnight diving and snorkelling tours, providing accommodation for 48 in shared or single rooms with three meals a day. There's a comfortable dining room/saloon and lots of space to sun, but getting down to see one of the wonders of the world is the main attraction. Overnight on the Reef Encounter runs from $370 Aud, including dive equipment.

My shipmates were certified divers who could explore more of the reef than my all-too-brief introductory dive was able to offer. Serious divers go on night dives, which look as unnerving from above as I'm told it is from below, but is the best time to see reef life in action. You might catch the coral's annual spawning, which happens just one night a year and is said to resemble an upside down snowfall as the coral's eggs float to the surface.


AUSTRALIA'S GREAT BARRIER REEF offers more than 2,000 km of amazing colours and abundant marine life for snorkellers and scuba divers.


Many reef tours operate out of Cairns, a city of nearly 100,000 in north Queensland, a tropical region on roughly the same latitude as Tahiti. Though you can access the reef further south in the more populated regions around Brisbane and the Gold Coast, it's closest to the mainland here.

The Reef Encounter is at sea most of the time so guests are usually ferried the 2 1/2 hours out. The well-heeled can cut that to 30 minutes via helicopter, not only more convenient -- causing other passengers envy as you disembark on the Encounter's top deck -- but providing a spectacular introduction to the reef.

Our pilot enjoyed the flight as much as my group did, pointing out giant sea turtles and tiger sharks. This is the way to get a full sense of the reef, a chain of coral structures ranging in size from a few square metres to a few square kilometres. Great Barrier Reef Helicopter Group services a number of dive boats in the region.

Cairns (pronounced "cans" locally) is the centre of tourism in the region with a wide range of accommodation and restaurants to fit most budgets. The city is popular with the Japanese -- a seven-hour flight from Tokyo -- and many business people are fluent in the language. There is a decent casino at the Sofitel Reef Hotel and the city has an active nightlife with dance clubs and live music.

Another popular activity is whitewater rafting on the Tully River. The river is about two hours south of Cairns in the low mountains of the Great Dividing Range, so outfits such as R2 rafting provide transportation from your hotel. While many sleep on the drive (see nightlife, above), the ride gives glimpses of real life. Interspersed with tropical vistas are sugar cane and banana plantations that dominate the agricultural industry here.


AUSTRALIA'S GREAT BARRIER REEF offers more than 2,000 km of amazing colours and abundant marine life for snorkellers and scuba divers.


At our riverside departure point, we collect safety gear -- lifejackets and helmets -- before being divided into six-person crews, each with a R2 guide. Though the Tully is a technical river -- 45 rapids ranging from class 3-4 -- and has its hairy moments, guides are well-versed in dealing with novice paddlers and safety is paramount. The five-hour paddle can be a real workout, and you will get wet, but the guides make it fun and the rainforest scenery is stunning. A barbecue lunch is included and you can purchase pictures or a video of your day afterward.

About an hour's drive north of Cairns is Port Douglas, an upscale seaside town the locals brag attracts the likes of Bill Clinton. The former U.S. president dined here on Sept. 11, 2001, just hours before the Twin Towers were attacked (it's about 15 hours ahead of New York). A plate, cheerfully signed by Clinton, hangs in the Salsa Bar and Grill as an eerie reminder of the world before the war on terror began.

Excellent boutique hotels and fine dining line Wharf Street, such as Outrigger on the Inlet where we stayed, while a little further out five-star resorts, one with a decent looking golf course, sprawl among the palms.

Drop into the Rainforest Habitat park for an introduction to the region's unique wildlife and plants before heading out to see the real thing in Daintree National Park, about an hour's drive north. The landscape is quintessential tropics -- lush, green hills ringed by sandy white beaches.

We took all this in on horseback with Wonga Beach Trail Rides, recently host to both the reality show The Amazing Race and actor Keanu Reeves, on a break from filming sequels to the Matrix in Sydney.


ARRIVING ABOARD the Reef Encounter in grand style, by helicopter.


Stable owner Bernie Maloney, dubbed by local papers as Australia's horse whisperer, is a modest and engaging bear of a man, who achieved fame when he was able to saddle a notorious stallion just after a touring American failed. The American had attracted hundreds of jackaroos (Australian cowboys who work the vast cattle ranches in the nearby Outback) and the mood was black when he gave up after a few hours.

"I felt bad for all those people who had travelled as much as eight hours to this guy and he couldn't do it," Maloney said of his turn in the spotlight.

No such preparation was needed for our horses, but Maloney made sure we were up to speed with the basics of horse riding.

"Let the horse know you are in control and there won't be any problems," Maloney told us.

We rode through mango groves and dense rainforest before emerging on the beach near the mouth of the Daintree River. We practised canters and gallops, splashing our way along the deserted shoreline.


Coming up for air and resting on the dive deck.


Last stop: Daintree Park, reached by crossing the Daintree River by cable ferry. It's a quick five-minute trip, but seeing as the river is inhabited by those infamous saltwater crocs Steve Irwin is so fond of, you're glad to back on firm ground.

The Daintree is an ecologist's dream. The rainforest is one of the oldest in the world at 130 million years of age, and giant trees soar to the top of the canopy in the battle for sunlight.

Drive through the park or stop at a number of points and hike. Mossman Gorge, just south of the park, is a beautiful spot to cool off.

Near here, at what is now Cape Tribulation, Capt. James Cook ran his ship the Endeavour aground in 1770. British settlement then began in earnest with the establishment of a penal colony near present-day Sydney.


Whitewater rafting on the Tully River provides a fun and strenuous workout but can have its hairy moments.


Tomorrow is Australia Day and the country will celebrate those inauspicious beginnings. A recent editorial in The Australian, one of the country's larger newspapers, suggested changing the national holiday because there was more to celebrate than "just the arrival of the first boatload of convicts."

After my brief visit, I couldn't agree more.

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BOTTOM LINE

GETTING THERE: Air Canada offers connections to Sydney through Vancouver or Los Angeles via Qantas directly or via Air New Zealand through Auckland. If you can fly business class, as I did with Air New Zealand, I recommend it. Qantas provides domestic connections out of Sydney. Check connection times because a day room at one of the hotels near the Sydney airport might be a worthwhile investment.

WHEN TO GO: Our summer is Australia's winter and vice versa. In Cairns, November to April is its hot rainy season, with the added bonus of the deadly box jellyfish infesting the coastal beaches. Many Australians vacation from May to October to avoid the heat.

MORE INFO: Go to www.tq.com.au.
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" last night i went to this weird play thing in keyport with cait, sam, and brittney. britt and i got there really early. we were going to leave, cause i wasn't feeling so great. but we decided to stay. haha. it was like a variety show, where they sang songs from movies. it was good. they sing a hellofa lot better than me. cait and i sat toward the front, and she sang the whole time. we were being obnoxious. haha. we look like lesbians. but that's okay. i made justin and dancing dan my hubbys for the night. woo!

when the show was over, we waited for my mom to pick us up. cait and sam kept singing the leader of the pack. ha. we decided to go to the middletown diner. where brian was with dan and brian. hahaha. they hate me :-(. ohhhh well. yeah. so we sat a couple of booths down from brian. i walked past him and called him a fag. and britt hit on him. as usual. he's a jerk. he didn't come over and say hi. we just texted eachother. hahahaha. we're so pathetic. his friend brian hates me, so he wouldnt let him up to talk to me. *sniffle* finally, when they were finished, brian came over. and we made fun of him. good times. after completely messing up brian's hair, we all left. haha. good times.

today i woke up at around 7:30, and we were STILL early in new york. bleh. but oh well. class was fun. i sucked though. i was really nervous because there were these crazy stagemoms in the room, like.. watching. it was scary. they were so serious. er. laura and i did the rollarcoaster thing. ugh. i sucked soooooo bad. i feel like an idiot. i hate being on camera. i get all weird. philip helped us with our resumes. which makes me think i really need to get more hobbies. hahaha. bleh. OKAY. so who wants to come horseback riding, rock climbing, parasailing, snowboarding, and whitewater rafting with me? hahaha. hell yeah. all new improved X-TREME bayley. hahaha. sorry. i'm a fucking weirdo. ahhhh. it's okay.

i'm done. adios. "
 
 
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" ah, what an enlightening trip. o.o

I found out my dad's PocketPC has lesbian pr0n on it o.o

I also drove 50 miles woo o.o.

we also managed to overshoot our exit off the I-24 by like TWENTY MILES o.o but I managed to get us to Huntsville anyway without turning around using my pwnage pocketpc which has better things than pr0n on it o.o! but personally I think this is a Sign From God to get a GPS thingy. and maybe to BLOW UP FRANKLIN COUNTRY TENNESSEE FOR HAVING THE DUMBEST ROADS I HAVE EVAR SEEN.

my dad also spilled coffee all over rapurasu. in theory coffee cleans anything, so maybe the keyboard will be less icky now.

I also discovered that the heat was left off in the dorms, which is no surprise. unfortunately I discovered this when I woke UP and it was distinctly less warm than me in my room.

hehe, my room went from tidy to chaos in ten seconds flat o.o

oh and wanna hear a funny story? o.o know how I had the $200 on my mealcard thing instead of $800 last semester? and I was screwed for the latter half of it because I was living on fastfood and the cafeteria on $60 per fortnight? and I assumed I could hoard the $60 this semester and live mostly off my $800? well, something funny occurred to me as I was looking at the bill my parents got from UAH... I'm not a freshman. The $800 is only required for freshmen. so my meal card has now started with NOTHING instead of $200. isn't that hilarious? ah-hahahahaha. I pointed this out to my dad, too, and he said something like "well, we would've given you more money, but you never said how much." I am not even touching that.

I figured out more or less how to parse raw multipart form data. Of course, it's kinda occuring to me that.. maybe.. just maybe.. I should stop this. I rebuilt the entire C string library when I was writing vstring and now I'm rewriting the entire CGI library. maybe I should *not* reinvent the wheel for once. ^o.o^; but.. my wheels are better. but.. CGI. but.. ;_;

I knocked a few more things off my LJ style's todo list.

hm. dadthing said.. "a 16yo is a man that makes stupid mistakes. at 17, we don't expect you to make stupid mistakes any more." Or something like that. I wonder if I'm justified in parsing that as "as of Monday we'll stop being assholes and maybe let you go do something." o.o

oh, I lightly poked him about summer.. apparently he wants me to go home. to go to Maine for a while with them. which I'm not entirely sure I want to do, unless whitewater rafting involves lots of hotspots. ironically, he also said I should get my license so I could go driving around DC and Philly and do stuff andand. o.o maybe I should just get my license and go drive off and forget to come back until late August o.o

it occurred to me I don't know what I'm doing in FFTA. o.o RPGs drive me nuts, I'm always so paranoid I'm going to screw everyone up and will have to start over or something o.o;

I wonder when char's getting here o.o of course this probably won't get posted until he *does* get here, since my stupid data port is STILL not working (rar will poke them about that), but right now I'm wondering. o.o

actually I think I might send Them an email asking how in the name of hell a wireless router, acting as a bridge, with no DHCP involved, not connected to their network, could possibly screw with their IP assignment. then I shall go into great detail about why they are complete idiots and should let me go wireless goddammit.

well o.o I don't wanna do anything until char gets here o.o.. (and then give him a big hug and steal his code red o.o) so I guess.. I shall.. um.. I don't know o.o.. I'll nibble wheatthins and either play Sapphire or attempt to code something. I think CGI is a standard Perl module now, so I can go find its docs and start converting stuff to use it. vo.ov I really hate not doing stupid stuff like this myself, though.. not quite sure why.. but if there's any hope at all that I can write something on my own I've always done so.. to hell with modules.. but fileupload form data is kinda icky.. blah. at least I've managed to teach myself lots of useless things about POST data and binmode() on win32 systems o.o!

*checks* yup, there be CGI. actually.. instead of skipping right to the docs I might read through some of the code.. although it's always been kinda hard for me to read anyone else's code. and my own is always very un-broken-up and uncommented and compact. ^^;; wah my style sucks ass.

*munch* ;_; these wheat thins have like no salt... AUGH NOR DO THE PRETZELS MY MOM IS A SADISTIC BITCH *nibbles salt/vinegar pringles instead*

lalala o.o okay, it looks like CGI.pm would be completely overdone and useless for me everywhere except in the file upload script(s). My own HTTP data parsing subroutines already work better (for me, at least); most notably they deal okay with unnamed values in the GET string, i.e. script.pl?value&name2=value2. I might write a sub or two to make multi-valued parameters easier to use, though...

...and thus I come back to babble incessantly to a Semagic window ^o.o^ I somehow got insanely distracted and started playing with Apache's generated directory index pages. and I went through the 56 voicemails I had. It was kinda funny listening to people say "Hello?" and then wait a few seconds (mostly my mom did this o.o) as if I would hear the voicemail being recorded o.o I also got lots of broadcast messages, including one about wireless access points not being allowed which got me all pissed off again. anyway.. *checks watch* char left his house at 3, it's 3:50 right now, and I'm gonna call ragarr back and babble to him until this dorm gets less emptier o.o! hopefully I won't need to amend this post any more, I'm sure it's already over a veescreen long o.o

~ iibui "
 
 

 
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