Airlie Beach Myaura Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Camira looked to be a really nice sailing vessel and with the price reduced from $189 to $145, I booked! Sunday 4th was a very uneventful day, mostly spent recovering from staying up until 7am following the Bison as they defeated the money-grabbing LIVERPOOL TIGERS *not real name haha! I did meet a lovely mid-50s woman called Jane today, a great roomy! Jane is from Epsom and was the mother-like figure in the dorm, if I hadn't of met Jane then I'm ...
... is quite entertaining at 11:30 PM on New Year's Eve. Highlites being real drunk germans and some ravers, swinging glows sticks in patterns that probably would have been more exciting if we had some of what they were smoking. I have to say the kids didn't miss out, the midnight fireworks were similar calibre, just with way more drunk people. Since we are old instead of bar hopping we went home as we were tired from our big day island hopping. Happy New ...
... see cast in concrete at Putt-Putts and used as flower pots. They don't seem to move their shells much but keep them partially open with a colorful pattern of muscle showing while they filter the sea water. If you swim up to them, they'll suck themselves inside a little. A couple from Alaska that were scuba diving saw a black tail reef shark and moray eel, but we missed all that from above. Today we took a ride to Whitehaven beach ...
... to our next spot for some snorkelling. After a while Kat decided that the wind was good enough to actually hoist the proper sails and sail there. It would be a good couple of hours, so everyone settled down for the trip. I sat out on the front of the boat, kindle in hand and made a good start into my book. After a while I looked up and realised that everyone was out on the front except one - mr Noz. Where was he?? So I got up to go and find him, and found a very pale, quiet person ...
... a bite to eat, however we did stop in Proserpine, a small inland town where Luke lived for 4 months. A favourite backpackers stop for working out on the farms. Luke's workplace was a further hour north near Bowen. A wander round the town to get a feel of where he lived. A few messages with Luke as he poined out his haunts.
Onto Airlie, Luke liked nights out here. On the coast with a large lagoon. ...