Airlie Beach Myaura Bed and Breakfast
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It was nice to go back to Magnetic Island. To start with I don't think Susie seemed to think the same unfortunately. Our 8 bed dorm was in a bungalow, with open sides, no aircon and no lockers!! Susie wasn't particularly pleased with this development, so had a look and found out for a couple of extra bucks a night, we could stay in one with aircon, sealed sides and lockers. Unfortunately there were none available, so she had to put up with what we had. I ...
... into the deeper water and actually kick his legs and have a bit of a swim which was amazing. We wandered around a little but not too much as Mikes back is pretty bad so we kept to where we could wheel the buggy and Monsieur could walk. All the 4wd's that passed us had winches and all the kit and it made us realise the lady had been right to advise us to have a simpler day with a little person. We had a nice lunch and then Rafe fell a sleep in ...
... few hours but I can never nod off again when he rises so early. It's rather lovely though just lying there and listening to his chatter and giggles). He has new words every day with 'sea' and 'boat' now firm favourites, 'beach' and 'snack' and 'momato' (translation: tomato), 'bapple' (translation: Apple) is also a firm fave of mine! We chilled and played on the beach yesterday afternoon and Rafe loved splashing and running into the sea. I think wel do the same this ...
From Sydney we headed north up the coast. Nancy and I both thought that traveling the Pacific Coast highway would be enjoyable and full of majestic views of the sea. Wrong! It was about 20+ hours of traveling along boring roads through mostly eucalyptus forests or scrubland. Sadly, there was also lots of roadkill in the form of kangaroos and wallabyes. ...
... around the beaches as we had considered staying here. There are beautiful little coves that look sheltered and would be a great place for a quiet few days. We have an existing booking in Airlie Beach so on we go.
We arrived at our park about 12.30 and set up. The park is a little cramped but quite nice, and a lot cheaper than the Big4 up the road which looks amazing. Even better than the Coconut Palms in ...