Airlie Waterfront Bed and Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and it was hot, we ate with plates on laps sat on the open deck. The sleeping area was all below deck in timber bunks that lined the sides. The four staff, including one daughter along for the ride, crammed into the wheelhouse above the engine room.
We sailed to Cook Island, the northern most island of the Whitsundays. We were not far from a 30m long beach with no access inland and surrounded by thick forest. We anchored up for ...
... of common taste and decency and a man paddling in the sea saw a jellyfish and ran out of the water marooning himself on a sand bank. In the evening there was a Habibi after-party in the hostel, we got some free jugs of beer and pizza. There were three guys on our boat that were on leave from the Australian Army, they kept buying the table jugs of beer so we're not entirely sure how much we drank in the end. We said goodbye to Maddy and Theresa, it was sad to loose more ...
... to get the worst of them. We quickly learned to be inside before the sun set each evening. We enjoyed our days at the resort using all their great facilities. We also went out to a fresh water swimming hole where the kids swam with turtles and fish. We spent our 15th wedding anniversary having breakfast at a cafe overlooking the ocean. No island hopping on this adventure. We might save that for when the kids are older and we (and they) can enjoy the kids clubs ...
... bumpy with huge waves crashing over the boat making sight seeing a bit difficult. However, the boys took it all in their stride, promptly falling asleep within 15 minutes of setting off and sleeping soundly through the roller-coaster ride until we arrived at the beach.
Whitehaven Beach is amazing, words can not describe the beauty of its pristine sands and aqua blue water. Those of you who have been would agree it absolutely deserves its title of one of ...
The Whitsunday Islands are hands down the most beautiful place I have ever visited. We set off on Sunday lunchtime and got shown our rooms on the catamaran which were a bit snug. There was 25 of us on the boat and we did a lot of snorkelling and finally I saw a turtle! It was a good crowd which made for a good couple of nights! On Monday morning we went to Whitehaven Beach which was pure ...