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... a little speechless at the beauty we were observing. Truly one of God's many masterpieces! After 15 minutes of starring in awe we returned to our boat spotting some turtles but no sharks...phew! We relaxed enjoying the island landscapes on the way back to the mainland and then after a short van ride arrived home to realize how sunburnt we were...yet again. Despite 4 applications of sunscreen Ryan really, really burnt his nose and accompanied that with a ...
... little further down we discovered a big fish, and then Noz suddenly realised that rather than a big fish, it was a little shark! More precisely a lemon shark. It wasn't interested in us at all - far too interested in chasing all of the little fish! After some further exfoliation (my feet are now as soft as a baby's bottom!), a few dips in the sea to float around and some more ray and shark spotting, it was time to wander back down and go and meet Kat and the speedboat ready to take ...
... bad with all our belongings!
After checking in at 'Magnums' and dropping off our bags in the dorm we set off to explore Airlie Beach. First impressions were good as we wandered down to a beautiful manmade lagoon area where people were relaxing on the grass and sand. There were lots of shops and places to eat and drink around that we explored a little further. Airlie Beach isn't very big at all but has everything you need in one spot really and seemed like ...
... br> I recommend the half day Whitsunday Island and Whitehaven Beach. Departing at 7:00 or at 11:45 am and arriving at 16:00 or at 18:20 pm, the boat takes you to Daydream Island and sails around the big one, Whitsunday Island. Finally they take you to Whitehaven Beach, a beautiful virgin beach only reachable by boat, with no bars, no shops, no hotels and no NOTHING! pure nature, a relaxing place with white sand and turquoise sea. A heaven on Earth! (cost about 68 euro)
... to ask these questions from the sheet and some of them were quite rude, but I just freestyled and had a general chat with them, much more interesting. The next day we were woken up at 6.30 (wahhhhh!) for breakfast and sailed towards Whitehaven beach. Whitehaven beach is out of this world stunning. We went to a view point first and got to view the beach and the sea from above. The beach is so spectacular, it has these white streaks running through the water. We ...