It was two days into the new year, during the summer time in Australia in January 1999. We were on the largest sand island in the world, just off the east coast of Australia. We had reached the place known as Indian Head at the most northerly point of Fraser Island. A group of 20 of us had traveled from the Arts Factory Lodge in Byron Bay. We had hired a couple of Land Cruzers at Hervey Bay, and caught the ferry across to the island. We were all around the camp fire, nestled by the sand dunes that separated us from the beach close by. The combination of a full moon and off-white sand meant that…read more.