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... and some little fishies. I seriously thought I'd fail snorkelling as I'm not the strongest swimmer and tend to panic with my breathing in the water, but after calming myself and a bit of time, I blended in with the fish no problem. :) The whole trip was such an incredible experience and our crew were great too. We were so sad to leave the boat - But there was an after party with free drinks so it wasn't all bad! Next ... Magnetic ...
... pointed out a few remote islands that are ridiculously expensive to stay on, one of them particularly popular with celebrities with prices of around $20,000 per night...! We'd spotted a few turtles on the way to our first snorkelling stop which was surreal, there were Eagles above the coast as well, the wildlife is amazing. I was so anxious to get off the boat I could've cried, I'd overcome snorkelling in Thailand but I knew the amount of sea creatures in Oz ...
... now Cumbria, along with the reefs beside them.
Our catamaran beached itself at Whitehaven, the first of the days tours. The sand is said to be the whitest in the world. Made of 99% silica it doesn't get hot, it's powder soft, and snow blinding. First on the beach, it lay undisturbed and was picture postcard, wish you were here, perfect. Probably the best beach in the world; certainly the best looking of our travels and our mood finally lifted. Our boat supplied ...
Today we visited the Whitsundays on the Whitsunday Express (a boat). First stop was at the North East of Whitsunday Island where we clambered to the topic to reach the Lookout point. See photos from the Lookout, of the seemingly idyllic beaches. The shallows are inhabited by stingrays and box jelly fish. We moved on to Whitehaven Beach (at they SE corner of Whitsunday Island) which ...
... really cold. After having to buy a bag and pay for storage this ice palava made us really worry about the rest of the trip. We shouldn't have though. From that moment on it was all fantastic and ran to perfection.
Our boat, New Horizon was a big sailing boat with two masts, two 10ft ribs as tenders, wheel house up top and small galley with a seating area inside for about 10 people. As there were approx 30 people on the ...