Airlie Waterfront Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... bed on the sailboat unfortunately, so he had quite a lot of sleep to catch up on... In the evening we went out for dinner with a really nice French girl (from an island called La Reunion) who stayed in our room at the hostel. Her name was Dorothée, and with her, we went to the beer garden of a backpackers' hostel right next door to our hostel. The hostel next door was called Magnum and their beer garden was ...
... and we spent the rest of the day and the evening sailing, jumping into the ocean from the boat, swimming, watching the sunset, eating and drinking. On Friday the crew woke us up at 06:30 in the morning, and after breakfast, we all went to see Whitehaven Beach, the most beautiful of all the beaches in the Whitsundays. They took us in small boats from the sailboat to the mainland, and there we walked through the rainforest to get to the beach. Whitehaven Beach ...
... and I drop comfortably into my harness, floating above one of the most stunning panoramas a person can ever possibly witness as the Eastern Australian Coastline splays out beneath me. It is a banquet of rainforests, mountains and turquoise ocean and I'm flying, drifting above it all.
Among my many imaginings of what a dive would be like I had never really factored in the completely perfect surrounding silence as you float down ...
... We arrived to a hostel complete with pool and lovely beach views. Met some class lads and lasses on the boat over, so spent the evening eating dins and having a few chilled bevvies. 01/12: Spent the entire day monging out by the pool having a cheeky sunbathe, only interrupted by the need to fetch more beers. We decided to make the most of having a fully equipped kitchen, and made ourselves a gourmet dins of ...
... should be done to protect it - it truly is Mother Nature at her best. So back on shore (rocky ride back, but everyone went with the tablets this time, so no where near as much sick !) and we headed home and got changed for our one dinner out on the island. We went from watching the fish to eating them! Haha. Nothing tropical I can safely say! So we ended the evening with fish and chips by the water, washed down with a g&t with some love music in the background. As I ...