Whitsunday Moorings Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a smooth trip sailing to Whitehaven Beach, aka Paradise. The sand was silky smooth and a gorgeous white, and the water was so clear and warm - I could have stayed there all day. Sadly though we had more sunbathing on our boat to do (It's a hard life!) and we had to anchor the boat for sunset. The second day was sadly a rain/thunder/lightening day... But that didn't stop us. We went snorkelling twice and managed to catch some ...
... stringer suit' to protect us from the jellies which was a bit scary. We boarded our inflatable style speed boat and were told to hold on, it was unbelievably fast making me really nervous. The sea here terrifies me knowing what is in it. Although the boat was scarily speedy it gave a good adrenaline rush and it was actually quite nice to be on a boat trip and not get drenched by the sea and worry the boat is going to snap in half as we'd experienced in Thailand. ...
... Airlee. Their computers went down which had us boarding late, only just in time, and in the seats next to the captain, Jason. His narration almost made up for our disappointment at not diving the reef but it didn't.
Discovered on the Monday of the Pentecostal religious holiday when Captain Cook had run out of names; The Whitsundays are a collection of a collection of islands comprising: The Linderman, Molle and Northern groups. Most are named after towns of ...
... was more of a party boat and although we have been known for it in the past we hoped we were not on that one. When the crowd was told which boat to head for, we sighed with relief, Geordie Shore went the opposite way.
The ice situation was ridiculous. Enough of us had to buy our own contribution to fill the communal cooler boxes. Needless to say several poor backpackers didn't contribute (we did) so we didn't have enough ice to get ...
... last night I'm bloody starving !!!! As we're not allowed a shower it doesn't take long to get ready and we're soon underway. Today we're going to Whitehaven beach, but we access it from Tongue bay and while we are waiting to be ferried to the beach we see a number of turtles swimming by. It's only a short walk from the beach to the lookout, I can not describe how beautiful it is, we've taken loads of pictures but I'm sure they won't do it justice. Then we walk on down to ...