Airlie Waterfront Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... public pool. We have tomorrow in Airlie and then we leave the following morning to go on our Whitsunday Islands sailing trip for 2 days! We are so excited to swim in the clear waters, snorkel and even have a scuba diving lesson! And then sleep under the stars at sea! I will write all about the trip on here in a few days when we are back! Much love, Ellie and Dan ...
... were then sat round for a lesson on how to snorkel by American Mark...do we look like idiots? Apparently so, after I suffered a minor panic attack (exaggeration) in the water after not being able to breathe properly which was obviously hysterical. Suze very openly and loudly complained that this particular snorkelling spot was *****, the fish were all the same and the water was murky. She wasn't too far wrong but nonetheless it was refreshing to be in the sea- a ...
... The retired Printer/volunteer who has restored the machine to working order gave a clear and passionate demonstration of it's workings. His justifiable pride and joy was wonderful to see.
The 'Wet' this year is not very wet as they believe the storms along the east coast a few weeks ago sucked out all the moisture from the weather patterns in the interior. Strange place this Australia. Just hope it doesn't cause any plagues as we had last time. I really thought that ...
... I have ever travelled on but was worth it when you get there. On the way back we stopped at part of the beach that said there were turtles hatching between Dec and March but we didn't see any. Only found a palm hut on the beach as you will see in the ...
... br> So I finally did a skydive. 14,000ft to the ground in only 6 minutes, including 55 seconds of freefall. This is what this trip is all about. Seeking adventure, having fun, challenging ourselves and trying new things. If we don’t do these things now, in these beautiful parts of the world, we never will. I’m so glad I did the jump. One of the most exhilarating experiences I’ve ever had and I ...