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... the best exfoliating sand, after we return to the boat for our onward journey to the reef! Very choppy waters lots of green faces we could see the barrier reef in the distance as we got closer it looks like surf, once at our destination we all went snorkelling instantly transported to another world! Colours of coral and yeh variety of fish species where amazing and the tide was in! Spent about one hour in the water and then came in ...
... to push our feet against. After getting Ali to take some pictures of us in the clear canoe, Jason went on the stand up paddle board one more time and I just relaxed. Soon it was time to shower (showers on the catamaran consisted of holding the shower head, which also served as the sink tap, over our body, turning off the water to soap up, and then spraying ourselves with the shower headache gain to rinse off) and we were served a great ...
... Every time we get in the water we have to wear stinger suits as there are jellyfish around at the moment. So we kit up and get in the little dingy to the reef to do some snorkelling, of course it does not compare to the Great Barrier Reef but it is so clear and the colours of the reef are so bright. We get a good hour snorkelling until we all return to the boat and head off to Whitehaven beach. Whitehaven beach ...
... for a shower, in Airlie Beach, a fair dinkum backpacker haven. But unlike others we weren't just here to sample the noisy nightlife, we were here to sail the Whitsundays. There are plenty of sailing tours to choose from and we were lucky to bag the last two spots on Ragamuffin II, a 15 berth sailing vessel (which has sailed in the America's Cup, so is pretty quick across the waves!) Our hardy crew met early at the harbour and after a (quick) ...
... vehicles and was buzzing for the day ahead!! Vivian drove first and we went up the beach to a Eli creek, which was cool but refreshing and a lovely place to chill out, Kirsten was really hungover and ended up throwing up a few times.. Too much goon! We then went the shipwreck of the SS Maheno that was on the beach and had been there since 1935, then we had lunch near by and after lunch it was my turn to drive!! I was a little nervous getting into the drivers seat ...
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