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TripAdvisor Reviews Parkwood B&B Airlie Beach
Travel Blogs from Airlie Beach
... The lace-like fringe of incoming
rivulets of sea on sandy
The soaring overhead of kite
or eagle with eyes fixed on me below
An elongated shadow of Casuarina
overhanging salty sand
This is some of what I see while
playing the wating game.
AUGUST 19, ...
... to be more competitive.
We enjoyed watching the yachts racing as we made our way across the Whitsunday Passage to Airlie beach on a sunny sparkling day.
Two days in Airlie went very quickly and would be happy to spend more time here to look around. Thanks to Noel for the loan of his car to restock the boat before heading out with Lynn and Paul on board.
... of Milly who is observing benignly, mother-like. He then starts pawing affectionately at her, she growls, get back, too close. Now the ball has 'disappeared' and when sighted at the other end of the deck, Milly gets to it first and secures it in her mouth. The young'un stands before her wagging, his head moving ever so slightly to one side then the other, a curious ...
... a real laugh! When we did finally get out we found the water was quite murky (probably all that flailing around in the water and stirring everything up!) and the visibility wasn't as good as we would have liked. It certainly wasn't as clear as when we had snorkelled in Cairns the year before. Despite this Kevin managed to get some great shots of the fish.....but although we saw lots of different fish, we didn't see Nemo :( and we definitely saw him last year! I had ...
... we were expecting! The boat is fast and at times we bump along at enough speed for Mum to hold on to me, and for me to hold onto the railings! Also a by-product of the speed is having lots of water splash in from under the zip down windows and also the floor so we get quite wet. We whizz past some of the islands - Daydream and South Molle - but it's hard to see much with the water jetting past. We have to cross a patch of open water and ...