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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... rough and pulled my bikini bottoms down at one point so I decided to get out of there! :-/
In the afternoon a boat was coming towards us that our host recognised and he got us all to stand on one side of the boat and pull a moony as they came past! Meanwhile he was fully naked and hanging off one of the masts!
In the evening we played lots of new drinking games which was really good fun, we played Slaps, The German Game, Red Light Yellow Light Green Light, Hands, ...
... subject of things we've never done before ....... Last night we ate at the hotel and Ian, Hazel and I had their degustation menu .......7 courses !!!!!!!! Yep 7 and very nice it was too. Surprisingly I didn't want a very big breakfast as I'm still quite full.
One of us just had a starter and a main, it was great and I had loads of room for breakfast!!!
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... 74 islands which are actially the tips of mountains jutting out from The Coral Sea! We arrived at the port and found our boat, the Southern Cross. We set sail and were introduced to our crew- Lemmy, Eunine and our Skipper Amy. They were all really young and lots of fun, especially Lemmy. As we were sailing along, Lemmy pointed out some dolphins!!!- they were little ones, a breed called brown dolphins. They didn't do any jumping it anything, we ...
... next morning I had a kayak and Amy and Jack had a swim before we headed for Hamilton Island where they had booked a room on the island for their last night on holidays.
It has been great having family and friends visit and we have covered about 650 nautical miles (about 1200km) cruising around the Whitsunday Islands since arriving up here two months ago. Thanks to all of you who have shared our adventure. Time to start thinking about heading south!
... br> of blacks and browns, greys and warm whites.
Shadows lengthen, while behind
the sun still warms, a counterpoint
to the freshening sou’easterly.
Homeward along the beach, now
blanketed in shadow, dog lying in wait
the sun an impossible force of
blinding light, about to slide
behind darkening hills.