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After a few days enjoying Airlie Beach we met up at Sorrentos on Sunday night to meet with the other boaties doing the Crawley Marine Riviera Cruise. There were some new faces but also familiar ones from the Lady Musgrave trip and others we had met on the Gold Coast.
We all leisurely left the Marina on Monday morning for Sawmill Beach, Cid Harbour. Although we had already spent some time here we were more than happy to return to this sheltered anchorage. ...
... in-air fights at the border!
Mamita and Daddy Maggie apparently are delighted that I am spending so much time recently at the verandah table writing, because they reappear time and time again in search of food. Sometimes I relent but each time. I feed them in come the Kookaburras and sometimes also the Lorikeets and then a bit of a bun fight ensues.
Possums are our other frequent visitors but, being nocturnal animals, ...
... and the best thing ever! Our pilot was amazing too. Looking
down from above and the water being so clear made it special. The reef is absolutely
massive and apparently can be seen from space! The different shapes and in
particular the Heart Reef were breathe taking! We could see all marine life (including
a whale breaching) and all the different corals and of course took a selfie on
the reef just for balance!!
the trip ...
... to fish as he had seen lots of Barra in the park ? Absolutely I said and Lachlan seemed keen also.
He suggested poppers (of which I own one compliments of a fishing magazine who offered it free with their issue).
I had never caught a fish on a popper and was keen to try. Lachlan came along and between us we shared the one popper.
Lachlan who really was not a keen fisherman was casting like ...
... and breezy today, but still warm. It is amazing how close everything is in the Whitsundays. Just a few kilometres off the harbour at Airley Beach is the first island - Daydream Island, you cruise around that and then there is another island, and another. It is an amazing area. We eventually settled in a very calm stretch of water named Nara Inlet, a part of Hook Island. It is renowned to be very protected ...