Whitsunday Organic B&B
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... would be possible) but we were successful. After an hour of gripping on while being swamped by waves we made it to shore on Daydream Island. After lunch we had a quick dip in the pool and then went on an informative tour with a marine biologist. Jarrod had us patting Banded Bamboo Sharks and hand feeding barramundi. We saw heaps of clown fish and Jarrod explained about their territorial habits while scooping them up to show us. We played with Rhinoceros Starfish and ...
... some of the best bbqs we have had so far in Australia. Aims got to try some barramundi which she thoroughly enjoyed and I had a lovely piece of locally sourced steak as well as the obligatory beef sausage and chicken to accompany it. Before leaving Aims posed with a piece of the camp pythons skin that had been shed recently and I got too pose with some croc skulls which had come from one of the local crocodile farms. They farm ...
... our stuff!) to the car hire place and picked up a vehicle to get us from Airlie beach to Townsville. Airlie beach wasn't particularly lovely looking - a bit of a 'Newquay' methinks - the first thing I saw was a 'still hammered' guy dressed up as a dinosaur in a furry onesie - he must have been boiling, we picked up the hire car and a picnic lunch and hit the road. It was fun just driving with music playing and watching the world go by. We went through a lot of farm land ...
... we competed the journey from hook passage to Whitehaven beach. To get off our big sail boat, we have to use baby boomerang. A motor dingy style thing which pretty much guarantees a good soaking. Thank goodness it's sunny here. We spent our time sunbathing and admiring the beauty of these islands. Who knew the Australian sun is about a thousand times stronger, fried chickens in about half hour for Lydia and I. ...
Left Townsville, and still heading south we stopped at a market in Ayr for morning tea. The usual market things but I did find a couple of cheap tools and some stainless steel parts for a clothesline to go on the van. Queens beach in Bowen was our lunch stop, but we were a bit late getting there - they had a market on the foreshore but it finished at 12 and were packing up when we arrived. Can't beat bad ( good) luck. We wanted to go up on Flagstaff Hill where the lookout has a ...